Do you have a profitable medical staffing agency that is sometimes short on cash? Or are you thinking of starting a medical staffing agency and worried that you won’t have enough money to make payroll? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you are not alone. Every medical staffing agency owner goes through cash flow challenges. Some find ways to overcome their cash flow problems, and some do not. If you want to be one of the medical staffing business owners that succeed, then you should keep view this video:
One of the most frustrating aspects of owning a medical staffing business is that healthcare providers oftentimes insist on extending payments beyond 45 days. In fact, it’s not uncommon for a large medical facility to cut checks 60 days or later after services have been rendered. Naturally, a consistent history of ‘staff now and get paid later’ can wreak havoc for any new or growing medical staffing company. In effect, it causes the agency to be invoice rich and cash poor, which means that a medical staffing agency has a lot of outstanding receivables and little cash in the bank to show for it.
Fortunately, there is an easy way for staffing agency owners to turn their receivables into cash – medical staffing payroll factoring. It’s is one of the most used and least talked about ways to finance a business. In essence, medical staffing payroll factoring is a financing tool that allows medical staffing agency owners to convert their invoices into cash immediately. Specifically, a medical staffing payroll factor purchases an agency’s invoices at a discount and offers an advance payment to the agency. When the invoices come due, the medical staffing payroll factor collects directly from the agency’s clients (account debtors), takes its fees and releases the balance back to the agency. Utilizing medical staffing payroll factoring can transform an invoice rich agency into a cash rich…
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