In an economic climate that is slightly unstable and recovering from the worst financial crisis for many decades, a lot of businesses are finding it tough to survive. Surprisingly, not many businesses know about accounts receivables Factoring. Finding finance is hard, whether that finance is just to pay outstanding bills, pay staff, or to grow […]

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Does My Business Suit Factoring?

by Factoring Companies on June 23, 2010

If you have never considered Factoring as a solution to some of your businesses cash flow issues, maybe it is time to look into it. The first thing you need to decide on, is whether Invoice Discounting or Factoring would be suitable for your business. Businesses both small and large are using Factoring as the […]

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The Benefits of Factoring

June 23, 2010

Sometimes issuing invoices can be time consuming and many businesses have to wait a while to receive their payment, and so a company can be placed in an awkward position. You may also have some bills to pay or need cash to pay your suppliers or grow your business. We suggest looking into “Factoring” and […]

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The Advantages of Factoring

June 23, 2010

With the understanding that commercial Factoring affects not only the seller and its factor, but their clients as well, there are a number of advantages and benefits for all parties involved. Since the responsibility of collecting the payments falls on the Factor, making the seller exempt from all credit and collection-based issues the theory behind […]

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How Factoring Works

June 23, 2010

Many young, start-up businesses suffer tremendously in the beginning because of a shortage of cash flow to keep the business operating smoothly. Options such as bank loans and overdraft protection can often do more damage than good. Overdrawing on a bank account can become very costly with all of the fees involved. Loans always come […]

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What is Factoring?

June 23, 2010

Factoring is a form of commercial finance, when a company takes the decision of discounting its receivables from accounts at times when the factor bears the account’s credit risk. Factoring is useful when a business company sells the invoices of it’s customers to a financial company. Invoice finance is sometimes referred to Factoring which is […]

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