Irvine, CA (PRWEB) February 6, 2008
"This is a syndrome we see regularly" reports David Banfield the President of The Interface Financial Group (IFG). "Our clients always seem to get excited when rates drop only to find that it did nothing to help their particular situation".
IFG has been meeting this challenge for over 35 years and meeting it head-on with a financing program specifically geared to the needs of small companies in their early development stage. Banfield goes on to say, "Without the contribution that small business makes to the national economy, our tax base and employment numbers would be severely impaired. Providing cash to help business grow is what we are about; through our clients we create jobs and improve the overall tax base."
IFG empowers small businesses to grow by providing the all-important 'availability' to working capital. Interface has a network of more than 100 independently owned and operated offices throughout the US and Canada, serving the needs of small business owners through an invoice discounting program that is quick, easy, cost-effective and not totally balance-sheet dependent.