Archive: June 2007

Secondary public offering is an excellent method for a company to raise additional working capital Secondary public offering financial moves are an excellent way to generate quick capital for a business. This is the sale of all or most of the securities by the top stock holders of a particular company. The proceeds from the sales benefit the company. Often times the company itself owns most of its own stock. A secondary public offering falls under the SEC guidelines, so it is recommended that […]

What is its function? Asset based loan financing provides short term restructuring of a companies financial situation to facilitate maximum cash flow. It provides a period of recovery time and a financial operating environment where a company can demonstrate how it could perform with a long-term loan in place. This allows a company to demonstrate it is worthy of long term financing. An asset based loan does this by allowing a company to pledge its assets as collateral for a loan. The company still […]

Equipment sale and leaseback turns assets into cash There is a new approach for any business owner of any size to raise quick capital. Get up to 70% of the original purchase price against equipment you own. Evenmore, the money received can be used for any purpose whatsoever. No restrictions. Equipment sale leasebacks, what are they? The sale of an asset for cash while the asset remains on the seller’s property with a contract to lease the asset back from the source purchasing the asset. […]

Municipal equipment leasing is a tax exempt business financing Municipal equipment leasing is for: State governments and agencies County governments and agencies City governments and agencies Other public entities funded by state and local taxes Municipal equipment leasing is best used when government agencies need: To purchase equipment and there isn’t room in the current budget To make an equipment purchase that is too small to justify a bond issue To purchase equipment but its […]

Equipment leasing has more benefits than purchasing outright. Equipment leasing is a form of financing that more and more businesses are turning to when they are in need of equipment, software, or furniture. The main reason that businesses choose this option is because of all the benefits to it when compared to purchasing the equipment outright. Equipment leasing payments are almost always tax deductible. It is important that you consult with a respected accountant so you know exactly what can […]

Equipment leasing firms offer advantages to your business. Equipment leasing is easier to obtain and more flexible than traditional loans It can provide you with certain unique tax or accounting benefits Preservation of available credit – If structured properly the ‘debt’ does not have to be shown as a direct liability on your financial statements and consequently may allow you to preserve your borrowing availability with your bank and other creditors. This may also result in improved debt-to-equity […]

Glossary Of Small Business Terms # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Z       PREVIOUS PAGE Table of Contents Page 102 Click Here to download this book in PDF format. […]

Glossary Of Small Business Terms # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Y       PREVIOUS PAGE Table of Contents NEXT PAGE Page 101 Click Here to download this book in PDF format. […]

Glossary Of Small Business Terms # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z X       PREVIOUS PAGE Table of Contents NEXT PAGE Page 100 Click Here to download this book in PDF format. […]

Glossary Of Small Business Terms # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z W WAIVER OF THE NON-MANUFACTURER RULE – Section 303 (h) of Public Law 100-656 and Section 210 of Public Law 101-574 incorporated into the Small Business Act requires that agency contracts be directed solely to small business manufacturers under set-aside provisions. This requirement is commonly referred to as the Non-manufacturer Rule. The Small Business Act also contains provisions that allow […]