Hurricane Sandy Recovery Fund

United Way

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Cash Advances

The significant cash required due to extended requisition cycles and the tightening credit markets are why we created this program. We provide cash advances to enrolled clients to help ease this burden and facilitate the successful completion of their projects.

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Vendor Discounts

We have developed a unique methodology utilizing cash advances and our negotiation specialists to secure significant supplier and vendor discounts for our clients. This service results in both savings and strengthened credit relationships between our clients and their vendors and suppliers.

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The additional services now being offered are presented with the clear intention of helping the “small business” compete and succeed in a very difficult economy. - Kim Paulicelli, President, Premier Mechanical Services, Inc.
The advance pay option has truly helped us with our cash flow on these projects. Additionally, the quick pay has enabled us to negotiate considerable discounts with our subs, suppliers and vendors.. Thanks for being innovative and flexible - Dennis Roberts, Rocon Contracting, Inc.
Ox Credit Updates An insurance representing Taylor made 13 calls before call number 14, to Ox Bonding in New York, proved to be the charm. Learn more [+]

Oregon contractors will have another option for surety bonds after the state approved Ox Bonding and affiliate carrier, Upper Hudson National Insurance Co. Learn more [+]

It is all about the credit score: The now four-year long Great Recession has not only hammered credit scores, it has caused banking regulators to raise lending standards and shot down our most important source of growth and new jobs. Learn more [+]

Allvoices: Berman is not an angel of mercy: Ox Bonding is in the business of managing risk with surety bonds so that small contractors can get bonds to get back in business. Learn more [+]

Huffington Post: Most small contractors have never received — or even bid on — a public works job. Learn more [+]

If you can’t get a so-called surety bond — the insurance that covers the government if something goes wrong — you aren’t invited to the party. Learn more [+]