Archive for September, 2015

3 Shocking Facts That Will Make You Consider Receiving Cash for Your Settlement

Written by Chris on . Posted in Pre-settlement cash, Pre-settlement funding, Request cash prior to your case being resolved

Cash needs

People with structured settlements often think that they are forever stuck with a measly fixed payment that does nothing to help their current and long-term financial situation. Often times, fixed payments are distributed over 20 or more years, and nobody has the patience to wait that long to receive the money they deserve.

Thankfully, there are companies willing to give you large amounts of cash for a settlement. Here’s the best part; you get it now. No more waiting around by the mailbox for tiny checks and no more growing debt problems. The facts surrounding loans and increased living expenses are downright shocking, and may make you strongly consider receiving cash for a settlement and drastically ch

Are You Deciding Between an Annuity Payment Schedule and a Lump Sum Payout?

Written by Chris on . Posted in Can i sell my annuity, Sell annuity payments, Sell structured settlement annuity

Lump sum versus annuity

It sounded like such a good idea at first. Along with your partner, you agreed to a structured settlement payment plan when you won a personal injury lawsuit two years ago. The doctors said you are able to work 20-25 hours a week and your partner is working full time so that is how you get your insurance and other benefits. The annuity settlement, paid out over 15 years, would help you pay other expenses, as well as pay off credit card debt. Once the credit card debt was taken care of the plan was to start making extra payments on your house loan. That was the plan. The problem is the plan is not working. At the end of every month you are still struggling to make all of the regular p

4 Things You Should Start Doing to Reduce Theft in Your Business

Written by Chris on . Posted in Cash management systems, Currency sorter machine, High speed scanners

Cash management systems

It is estimated that most businesses lose about 6% of their revenue through employee and customer fraud. Facing losses that great makes it no surprise that many small businesses are struggling to stay afloat. Here are a few tips from security professionals on reducing the amount of loss in your business:

  1. Follow recommended internal control protocol. The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has created a list of internal controls that a business should follow to prevent fraud. One of the key internal controls recommended by IASB is segregation of duties. This means that you should have separate employees manage your cash register, keep income records, and make deposits. If a single employee is responsible for both receiving cash and depositing it, there isn’t anyth