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Month: October 2019

How to Determine Debt Capacity for a Company

October 26, 2019 | admin

Most businesses will eventually need to borrow money or enter into a lease agreement. Whether it’s venture capital to get new technology off the ground or a lease for office equipment, financial transactions like these happen. There’s nothing wrong with this – it’s a standard course of business in many industries. In fact, some industries

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Receiving a Summons from a Debt Collector – How Should You Respond?

October 26, 2019 | admin

Whether a business falls behind due to cash flow problems or unexpected legal trouble, debt can pile up quickly in tight situations. Dealing with debt collectors is stressful enough for most companies. Receiving a court summons from a debt collector is the last thing a business wants after dealing with their financial problems. A court

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UCC Filings for Your Business – Everything you Need to Know

October 14, 2019 | admin

Entering into financial agreements as a business is an important decision. In fact, financial decisions are some of the most important business decisions that are made every day. What happens to a business that enters into a financial transaction with another party? What liabilities exist, and what other risks are there to the business that

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Recourse Factoring and How it Can Benefit Your Business

October 14, 2019 | admin

When it comes to debt collection and unpaid invoices, there are many ways a business can collect what is owed to them. Businesses can attempt to collect debt internally, putting a lot of time and resources into establishing processes and procedures, or they can use a debt collection agency that already has these processes in

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Debt-Service Coverage Ratio: A Useful Financial Measurement for Assessing Future Debt Recovery

October 14, 2019 | admin

Debt-service coverage ratio (DSCR) is a vital corporate finance tool. It’s how lenders measure an organization’s available cash flow to pay off debt obligations, essentially a credit score for a business. Even governments use DSCR to determine other countries’ ability to pay for the goods it exports. For perspective, the U.S. government’s public debt hit

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