B2G Business Resources: Accounting and Taxes

Running a business-to-government (B2G) company requires careful planning, compliance, solid daily operations, the right messaging, and the best personnel. This section harnesses experts who provide insight into each of the most critical functions necessary for a successful GovCon business.

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When Is An Invoice An Asset?

When a company is looking to fund its growth from outside sources, one particular aspect of their business is a good candidate for use as collateral – the invoice. An invoice is an obligation to pay from an account debtor, meaning, your business has done some work and now the receiver owes you money. Whenever

How Invoice Factoring Works

Many government contractors who are finally awarded a long sought after contract have the dilemma of how to cash flow the new work. Especially in cases where the contract calls for work to ramp up quickly. There are situations where a company may be billing only tens of thousands of dollars today, but hundreds of

Questions for our GovCon Thought Leaders?

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