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Cash Flow Solutions Through Factoring

Published on 9/10/2018
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Cash Flow Solutions Through Factoring


Are slow paying customer's with 30-60 day payment payment terms causing cash flow problems for your business? Even with sales increasing, is your company finding it harder and harder to meet it's weekly payroll?

If the answer to either question is "yes", then your small business may need the world's most commonly employed solution to such financial problems associated with cash flow. Your business may need Accounts Receivable FACTORING!

Accessible by Almost Any Small Business Operating B2B
Though historically associated with the textile and garment industries, factoring is now employed by all types of small businesses operating in virtually every known industry and sector. It is considered a "vital" method of small business finance by the world's central banks and is often characterized by it's flexibility and ease of access.

 

 

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Types of companies employing the financial power of factoring include...

SERVICES COMPANIES: such as staffing, commercial cleaning, guard/security, transportation, environmental, advertising, catering, medical labs, oil services and thousands more

MANUFACTURERS / DISTRIBUTORS: all types of small and mid-size manufactures producing products both inside and outside of U.S. borders

CONSTRUCTION SUB-CONTRACTING COMPANIES: including site preparers, masons, equipment operators, plumbers, framers, electricians, roofing companies,Apply for Factoring Today. welders, etc.

 

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How Factoring Works


Factoring is an exceptionally simple form of commercial finance whereby a finance company, known as a factor, purchases invoices monthly, bi-weekly, weekly, or sometimes even daily. The factor...

provides an advance of cash (usually 80% - 85%) to it's client on invoices where goods and/or services have been verifiably delivered or performed
then waits for payment from the client's customers under their normal terms
rebates the additional payment balance of 15% to 20% (after the invoice is paid) to the client less a small factoring service fee.

 

Factoring is considered to be the most accessible form of finance for small businesses that operate B2B. And...the reason is simple. Although factors advance immediate cash to their clients at the time of sale, the client's credit history (or lack thereof) is of a secondary concern to factors when it comes to extending credit. That's because factors will actually be repaid for their advance by a client's customers when they pay their invoice.

 

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