How Do Clients View Companies that Use Factors?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, May 24, 2016 @ 08:30 AM

Cash flow problems plague even the most successful businesses. The lag time between the completion of a project and the point of payment can create cash shortages that hamper your ability to grow your company or capitalize on new opportunities. That’s where invoice factoring comes in.

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Topics: Client Relationships, Cash Advance, Accounts Receivable Management, Business Growth, Cash Flow Solution, Cash Crunch

Invoice Factoring: Cash Flow Solutions for Bad Credit

Posted by Gil Oliva on Mon, May 09, 2016 @ 08:30 AM

Building business credit is tough. You have bills to pay and your suppliers, laborers, employees, or creditors don't care about the mountains you have to move in order to keep everyone paid. Traditional banks want you to have a longer track record of success, your D-U-N-S number gets you small revolving credit accounts, but no cash flow capability, and investors want a voting share in your company if they're going to inject cash. Fortunately, invoice factoring companies understand the predicament and they have a solution.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Cash Advance, Credit History, Business Growth, Invoice factoring

Should I Consider Invoice Factoring?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Thu, Apr 21, 2016 @ 02:08 PM

The economy is showing signs of improvement. Your business is growing. Happy customers send more customers to your door. Business can boom with more infrastructure. You want to stay competitive and flexible in the marketplace. Those happy customers will pay you. But that may take 30, 60, or up to 90 days. Yes, the money will come in…but you could sure use it NOW. Your employees deserve to be paid on time…and so do you!

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Topics: About Invoice Factoring, Invoice factoring, what is invoice factoring?

Is Invoice Factoring Right for You?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, Apr 05, 2016 @ 07:00 PM

It can be frustrating when your business is technically making a profit, but you still aren't able to pay your bills. Cash flow is a problem that affects developing businesses of all sizes. There are a few options open to a company faced with a shortage of cash. Typically, when cash flow slows, businesses turn to banks and finance companies. Unfortunately, using credit to run your business is risky. It is not a long-term solution.

Luckily, there is a simple solution to this problem: invoice factoring.

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Topics: Invoice factoring, FAQ

Understanding Invoice Factoring for the Staffing Industry

Posted by Gil Oliva on Wed, Mar 02, 2016 @ 02:00 PM

Staffing agencies count on a reliable, steady cash flow. In business, solid fiscal health relies upon how quickly a customer pays for services rendered. When you’re billing multiple invoices at once, it’s easy to see how profitable the business should be.

But when your accounts receivable is waiting…and waiting…on payments, your cash flow comes to halt.Theoretically, your company should be making money. Realistically, it can’t. Not unless clients actually pay their invoices.

That’s where invoice factoring comes into play.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Staffing Industry, Invoice factoring

Freight Bill Factoring for Trucking Companies

Posted by Gil Oliva on Thu, Feb 11, 2016 @ 11:00 AM

Trucking companies often run into funding problems that limit their growth. The problem isn't the business; it's the nature of the business. There is a major disconnect between services rendered and payment for those services. It can take up to 90 days to get paid for services you provided upfront.

We get it. You need your funds now. You need to keep your business

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Topics: How to Grow Your Business, Freight Factoring for Trucking Companies, Freight Factoring for Trucking, Invoice factoring

Five FAQs about Invoice Factoring

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, Jan 05, 2016 @ 08:48 AM

Companies of all sizes struggle with cash flow issues.

These challenges usually arise between the time your product or service is delivered to your customer…and when that customer eventually pays you. That can take up to 30-, 60-, or 90 days.

Without enough cash on hand, you may lose opportunities to respond to changes in the marketplace. Or grow your business. If the money comes in “waves,” you might even find it difficult to make payroll from time-to-time.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Business Growth, Cash Advance, Invoice factoring, FAQ

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