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debt settlement
Short-term and long-term debt are two options businesses have for borrowing money. The main difference between the two is the repayment period. When deciding which type of debt to use, companies should consider the repayment period and the interest rate but understand both options entirely. Long-term debt Also called long-term liabilities, this is any financial...
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Owning your own business has many advantages. It can be extremely rewarding, and you are your own boss. It allows more independence and time for non-work activities, plus you do what you love!  But it also means you can never “take your eye off the ball” or walk away at closing and forget the business...
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3rd party intervention for your small business
Many small business owners find it challenging to manage their business, finances, and debt. Debt is overwhelming, and stressful, leading to serious consequences for your business. American Finasco’s Third-party Intervention Services will establish a new line of communication between debtors and creditors giving your business the ability to thrive again. Too many businesses make a...
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Dissolving a company, or going out of business is a tough process. Even after a company closes, outstanding debt does not go away. This includes money owed to employees, landlords, suppliers, utilities, service providers, and even banks and private lenders. You can limit your liability by notifying creditors of your closure, but you still need to...
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be aware of online scams
There has been a major development in the online alternative lending industry, making it easier to get qualified and approved for business loans, debt resolution, and consolidation. However, this option has also opened doors to online scams, hackers, and fraud. The pandemic has increased this problematic activity making small businesses more vulnerable. Now, thieves are...
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A new year brings new resolutions for your small business. Consider how you can improve this year in your role as a small business owner. Resolution 1: Review business targets and budgets Start by preparing a budget and review it monthly. This is important to the success of your company. Don’t let your budget gather...
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Being realistic with your business goals
Manage your cash flow Many small business owners do not review their numbers regularly or believe that their finances are accurate. Still, “cash is king” is true for all businesses. You can look great on paper, but if you mismanage your cash flow – you become cash poor. This can make it hard to get...
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cash help check up
As a small business owner, any time of the year is a good time for a financial health check-up. This is analyzing your current financial situation, deciding where you want to be, and finding ways to get there. Managing your cash and finances is a foundation for a successful business. Almost half of small businesses...
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running low on funds? contact American fiasco
Running low on money is not uncommon among startups and small businesses. Watching your business account shrink can cause panic. Without money, you cannot pay vendors, salaries, and bills. Cashflow problems do not mean a company is doing poorly. This problem can be solved if you find them early enough. Whatever reason for financial hardship,...
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signs your business is in trouble
In the last decade, highlighting this past year, a lot of businesses ranging from small local businesses to large corporate conglomerates, have floundered and flatlined. Here are 4 key signs that your business is in financial trouble. 1. Imbalanced Cash Flow All small business owners know that “cash is king.” Consistent cash flow means there...
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A Commercial Debt Management company in Houston, Texas, American Finasco has served thousands of clients in all regions of the United States. The profile of American Finasco’s client is a closely held, under-capitalized corporation, with gross revenue between $500,000 and $100,000,000.

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