It Takes Money to Make Money

“It takes money to make money” is an old American business adage that dates back to the 1850’s. Nearly two centuries later, the sentiment is as true today as it was then.

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A perfect example of this is when a business closes a major deal or lands a new client. That business will need capital to produce goods or services before getting paid for the deal. There are 4 main areas where businesses spend money to make money:

1. Procure raw materials to make what’s already been sold,
2. Acquire additional space for production, warehousing, and office workers,
3. Hire additional employees and make payroll, and
4. To promote new marketing campaigns for ensuing business

Many businesses choose to grow very slowly and cautiously to pay for these new-business expenses through savings. Others throw caution-to-the-wind and borrow money, hoping to make enough profit to make the risk worth the effort.
There has to be a middle ground solution financing opportunity for companies who are low on savings or unable to borrow, and there is, invoice factoring. Invoice factoring is the process of selling some or all of your accounts receivables for cash. Because invoice factoring does not incur debt, there are no monthly payments or debt schedule.

If your business is faced with the problem of financing the production and development of a new client, Universal Funding has a solution. Many businesses, both large and small, from manufacturing to wholesaling, from start-ups to fortune 500 companies have been using this finance option for over a century. If you know you need to spend money to make money and have open invoices waiting on payment from your customers, we can get you that money. Give Universal Funding a call at 1-800-405-6035 or fill out a rate form and one of our reps will give you a call.

2 thoughts on “It Takes Money to Make Money

  1. Michelle stewart says:

    Is there available funding for property investment….We are a small property management team wanting to expand by acquI ring and developing properties to accommodate the vast number of homeless applicants in the west midlands…Please send me some feed back..Thank you

  2. Heather says:

    Hi Michelle,
    Thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately the financing you are seeking is outside of the scope of what we provide.

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