How Invoice Factoring Maintains Business Cash Flow

Posted by Aaron Zahedani on Mon, Nov 14, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

In general, cash flow management is one of the factors that determine the financial stability of any business. When customers delay or avoid paying invoices, any company could face cash flow difficulties. Invoice factoring enables businesses to sell outstanding invoices in return for working capital – the capital used daily in trading operations. For many, it can serve as a viable alternative to traditional bank loans and credit exhaustion.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Working Capital, Cash Advance, Financial goals, Invoice factoring

Still Trending: Invoice Factoring

Posted by Gil Oliva on Fri, Oct 28, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

According to Google Trends (see graph below), one of the hot trends in American business today is invoice factoring.

You see it online; even hear about it on television and the radio. But would it surprise you to learn that this way of creating cash flow for your business isn’t new? In fact, invoice factoring is over 2,000 years old!

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Topics: Alternative Financing, Invoice factoring, Trends

Picking a Factoring Company for Your Business

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, Oct 11, 2016 @ 07:25 AM

Selecting the right factoring company for your business can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t need to be that way. In fact, the process is quite simple.

When we were young, wise adults taught us (if we were lucky) about “wants” and “needs” when choosing how to handle our money. “Needs,” we learned, took priority over “wants.”

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Topics: Business Growth, Cash Advance, Invoice factoring

Invoice Factoring Benefits Medium and Large Businesses

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, Sep 27, 2016 @ 12:51 PM

 

Invoice factoring benefits medium and large businesses by reducing cash flow crunches and allowing for possible business expansion. One of the most important systems in any business is financing. There are several options for financing which include traditional cash advance options, such as loans, and alternative routes, such as invoice factoring. However, the use of traditional finance or cash advance systems may have challenges. For example, there may be restrictive guidelines that traditional lending entails. The time required to process, mail, and receive invoice payments may negatively affect both a business’ operational efficiency as well as the optimal use of resources.

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Topics: Invoice factoring

Invoice Factoring and Invoice Discounting: Which Solution Works?

Posted by Gil Oliva on Tue, Jul 12, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

Like many businesses juggling multiple 30 or 60 day outstanding invoices, you may find your business financially strained, especially when some customers wait up to 90 days to reconcile their bills. This may leave your business with limited working capital to cover administrative overhead, reduce existing debt, or even cover normal payroll costs. This is a situation that may be helped through invoice factoring or invoice discounting.

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Topics: Working Capital, Cash Advance, Business Financing, Invoice factoring

Why More Businesses Choose Invoice Factoring Over other Cash Advance Options

Posted by Gil Oliva on Mon, Jun 13, 2016 @ 08:00 AM

Cash flow is a perennial problem for many business owners especially those who provide services over products. The reason is simple: payment for services is usually made towards the end of the contract term and rarely up-front. Even payment for physical products is rarely done at the time of sale these days.

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Topics: Cash Flow, Business Growth, Working Capital, Cash Advance, Business Loan, Business Financing, Invoice factoring

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, Business Growth, Cash Advance, Invoice factoring, Credit History

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