Referring Agents Make Year End Bonus and Monthly Commissions

Universal Funding readies its team for the flurry of year-end funding inquiries that they typically receive in the last month of the calendar year. “Traditionally December is one of our busiest months as brokers, business consultants, tax advisors, and referring agents are sending their clients our way for fast cash during the holiday season, “ touts Kyle Bergstedt, President. “They use the liquid capital for end of the year expenses to cover holiday bonuses, quarterly taxes, and equipment purchases.”

Most businesses want to reward their hard working staff with a year-end bonus. If receivables are held up due to slow paying customers, they may not be able to be as generous as they would like. Business consultants can earn a commission just in time to cover their own holiday expenses if they refer their clients to Universal Funding for invoice factoring. Their clients can issue the bonuses at the level they would like.

Taxes take no holidays, even though business may be slowing down due to the busyness of the holiday season, quarterly corporate taxes and sales tax must be paid. If business has been slow or terms have been extended to customers, your clients may be feeling the cash flow crunch. As a tax advisor, you can send your clients to us to solve their tax woes, and earn a stocking stuffer.

A referring agent has clients that may want to take advantage of year-end blowout sales on large equipment purchases. Universal Funding can be instrumental in making sure these year-end opportunities are not passed up due to revenues being held up by slow payments.

Brokers can be the hero by navigating their clients through the year-end cash flow crunch. With Universal’s First Funding Bonus structure, referring agents stand to make their holiday season a little sweeter as well.

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