As you know, Compare Factoring has its fingers on the pulse of all that is going on in the world of business. In particular, we leave no stone unturned when it comes to bringing you the very latest news when it comes to invoice factoring. As such, we have some fantastic news regarding the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act which was signed by President Obama earlier this year.

    The Interface Financial Group (IFG), North America’s largest alternative funding source for small to medium-sized enterprises has boldly stated that invoice factoring will benefit contractors more than ever before. Due to the aforementioned legislature which has generated more than $104.4-billion, the industry has been given an unprecedented boost.

    The Interface Financial Group’s factoring services, much like those on offer here at http://www.comparefactoring.net  provide contractors with a fantastic cash flow solution that complements the construction sector as it continues overall economic recovery in years to come. Invoice factoring is the funding choice for many small business seeking growth and expansion financing.

    IFG Chairman and Chief Executive Officer George Shapiro had the following to say on the issue…

    “MAP-21 will stimulate ancillary construction in the U.S. — offering contractors and associated service providers more work, investing in transportation infrastructure will undoubtedly generate many jobs within the construction industry and in doing so invoice factoring can assist both general and sub-contractors in keeping the cash flowing.”

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Conrad Thornton of Green Street Media tells us how Target Business Assist have provided their business with a new invoice factoring system that has dramatically improved their cash-flow
Conrad ThorntonGreen Street Media LimitedChester, Cheshire

"Target Business Assist have provided our business with a new invoice factoring system that has dramatically improved our cash-flow position and flexibility with our clients..."

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