Businesses in this audience "bank on" services such as JP Morgan Chase, Citibank, Bank of America or Wells Fargo to offer businesses bank account services. They may be transferring funds, creating checking and savings accounts, preparing loan applications, or assisting in deposits or withdrawals.
Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. This audience provides bankruptcy and insolvency services to other businesses, including bankruptcy restructuring plans and methods via the ILAS (Impaired Loan Advisory Services), operations outsourcing, cash management and generation, and refinancing of debt.
There's no accounting for taste but there is accounting for business. This audience consists of businesses that are looking for accountants who specialize in preparing and analyzing financial statements, which include statements, like balance sheets and income statements. They most likely are looking for accounts who are Certified Public Accountants, or CPAs, and can also provide tax services, such as preparing tax returns and calculating how much taxes are owed. They have been observed researching top accounting firms, like Ernest and Young, Deloitte and Touche, KPMG, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Loan officers "lend" a hand by looking into analyzing, authorizing, or recommending loan applications for companies. People in this audience are part of businesses that are looking for loan officers. These loan officers also review loan agreements and research a company's credit score and income level. This audience may be a business who is looking for one of five loan officers, which are commercial loan officers, consumer loan officers, mortgage loan officers, loan collection officers, and loan underwriters.
One of the two certainties of life. People in this audience are businesses that are looking for people who specialize in taxes, which include occupations, like tax examiners, tax collectors, or revenue officers, where they calculate how much taxes are owed by a person or company. This audience includes companies who want someone to review their tax returns, conduct audits, and collect any overdue taxes.
Everything is worth what a purchaser will pay for it, and these businesses are interested in individuals who can take care of the minutiae of payment via credit, debit, or other forms of value exchange. They may use credit card terminals, automated response units, and payment gateways, and may also need someone who can provide financial services of a payment processor, independent sales organization, or member service provider.
A merchant cash advance is like the odd cousin to a loan. Businesses in this audience are researching merchant cash advances. They may be looking for different ways to fund their business or different agencies to receive the advance from.