Capital Makes Quick Work Of Getting Paid
For Government Work.
 

As a government contractor, you need a steady flow of cash to fund your contracts. Waiting 30 or 60 days to get paid on a pending invoice can put you in a financial pickle. Let SMG help. Factoring your invoices with SMG provides immediate access to working capital—turning unpaid invoices into cash within 24 hours so you can:

  • Improve your overall financial position without taking on debt.
  • Cover operating expenses, payroll, and taxes.
  • Fulfill your contract terms with suppliers and take advantage of discounts.
  • Accept more work without worrying if you have the financial resources to complete it.

 

Factoring May Be the Answer

Fortunately there is a solution to negative cash flow for many government contractors - the invoice factoring process. The factoring process provides instant payment for your completed invoices, allowing you to obtain the operating capital you need to continue to advance your business. Factoring is a viable option for many government contractors involved in a wide range of projects, including:
  • Large Construction
  • Roadway Repair or Development
  • Utilities Installation
  • Renovations
  • Repairs
  • Landscaping
  • IT Equipment
  • Communications
  • Facilities Management
  • Logistics
  • Temporary Staffing


 

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