December 2020
Issue 79
"Kindness is like snow, it beautifies
everything it covers."

Kahlil Gibran
Lebanese-American writer, poet and visual artist
2020 Hindsight
Yes, hindsight is 2020, and there is no doubt that every person on this planet is anxious to put this 2020 year in their rearview mirror. However, hindsight is only valuable if you can take the past lessons and apply them to the future.

The top item on the list of things we would like to put in the past is, of course, COVID-19. Although we have learned a lot about the virus since the first confirmed U.S. case on January 20 of this year, we still have a few months to go before we can start to breathe comfortably. Most experts agree that it will be mid-summer before we reach full immunization status. In the meantime, we continue to maintain social distancing, wear masks, and wash our hands regularly.

However, due to the COVID pandemic, we have also learned a lot about ourselves, our businesses, and the environment.

To read more, click here.
Business Finance Corporation Is Still Working

Like you, our team is working remotely and on limited hours, but we are still available to help you with your business finances during this trying time.
Call us at 702-947-3800, if we don’t answer the phone right away, please leave a message and we WILL get back to you. Or contact us through our website at
Questions and Answers
How long is the process to factor invoices?

Once you are in our system and we have analyzed your receivable accounts, funding can be within 24 hours. That is why it is important to establish a relationship before you need the cash.

Please call us at 702-947-3800 for personalized service.
Happy Holidays

We would like to take this time to thank all of the clients and friends who have supported BFC this past year and look forward to continuing as Your Partner in Success.
We wish everyone a COVID-safe holiday season and look forward to a very happy, healthy, peaceful, prosperous, and COVID-free New Year for all.
Green Tip

With parties, decorations, gift-giving, and travel, Americans waste generation per household increases 25 percent, or almost 1,000 pounds of trash, between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. Remarkably, roughly 80 percent of what is thrown away during the holidays could be recycled or re-purposed, according to the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The most common non-recyclables contaminating the recycling waste stream during the holiday season include bubble wrap, cellophane, string/rope, ribbons and bows, batteries, food, clothing, cell phones, Styrofoam, and other forms of polystyrene foam.
Remember that when it comes to toy packaging, both the cardboard and the plastic are recyclable, but they must be separated from one another. That includes the plastic window on the box of a doll or action figure. Sticky gift tags are not recyclable by themselves, but they are acceptable if fixed to an envelope or wrapping paper.

Christmas Trees usually come down after the new year. But, instead of putting the tree on the curb, check out the drop your tree off at one of over 30 recycling locations from December 26 to January 15. Flocked trees cannot be recycled. Click here for a list of locations and more information.

For more information on sustainability and being green, go to "Marketing Your Green Side," by Craig A. Ruark
C: 702-427-4769
6325 S. Jones Blvd,
Suite 500
Las Vegas, NV 89118


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