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Boost Your Cash Flow With Account Receivables

Account receivables factoring, or invoice factoring, is one of the oldest forms of financing. Businesses have used this type of financing for nearly 500 years as a form of cash flow. It is used by many types of businesses, including service industries, retailers and health care companies. Interest in invoice factoring has increased, according to the Commercial … Continue reading “Boost Your Cash Flow With Account Receivables”

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October 15, 2009 at 7:58 pm

CIT Bankruptcy Filing Highlights Importance of Factoring

News that factoring giant CIT Group Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection rocked the finance industry, but the fundamentals haven’t changed: Factoring remains a lifeline for mid-to-small businesses around the world. Account receivables factoring, or invoice factoring, is one of the oldest forms of financing. Businesses have used this type of financing for nearly 500 years. … Continue reading “CIT Bankruptcy Filing Highlights Importance of Factoring”

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November 2, 2009 at 5:47 am

Factoring Industry Saves The Shopping Season For Retailers

It could have been a not-so happy holiday shopping season for thousands of retailers if factoring giant CIT Group Inc. did not file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last week. Millions of retailers use factoring to line store shelves — before consumers actually purchase the product. The holiday shopping season is the biggest selling period … Continue reading “Factoring Industry Saves The Shopping Season For Retailers”

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November 8, 2009 at 5:21 pm

Will Wal Mart Help or Hurt Invoice Factoring?

  News that Wal Mart is getting into the invoice factoring business sent shockwaves throughout the industry, but now that the dust is settled, it begs the question: Will the world’s largest retailer hurt or help the industry? It could do a little bit of both. Even though invoice factoring has existed for hundreds of years, … Continue reading “Will Wal Mart Help or Hurt Invoice Factoring?”

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November 15, 2009 at 5:12 pm

Get Fast Cash With Factoring — NO Loans, No Debt

Every day, companies use invoice factoring — selling unpaid invoices to a third party at a discounted rate — to provide funds to run and expand their businesses. It is one of the oldest forms of financing in the world, and dates back hundreds of years.  Major retailers use it every day. A Commercial Finance Association … Continue reading “Get Fast Cash With Factoring — NO Loans, No Debt”

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November 28, 2009 at 5:51 pm

The Difference Between Invoice Factoring And A Bank Loan

One question I’m asked a lot is the difference between a bank loan and invoice factoring. The two are very different. Both provide cash to businesses, but a loan is thought of as traditional financing; invoice factoring isnt a loan and doesn’t require any debt at all. Invoice factoring is another tool for businesses to use. … Continue reading “The Difference Between Invoice Factoring And A Bank Loan”

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December 13, 2009 at 7:42 pm

Invoice Factoring In Atlanta Provides Relief To Cash-Strapped Businesses

Waiting 30, 60 and 90 days for customers to pay invoices is a  difficult challenges small and mid-size businesses face. It can be particularly hard to manage your business when you’re waiting for clients to pay. Invoice factoring is a solution for companies that don’t have a large cash cushion in the bank. This problem … Continue reading “Invoice Factoring In Atlanta Provides Relief To Cash-Strapped Businesses”

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December 24, 2009 at 7:28 pm

Factoring Companies Provide Financial Relief

With banks denying credit for most small businesses, companies are increasingly turning to invoice factoring for operating cash and expansion. Factoring is increasingly popular: It  is a form of commercial financing that uses a company’s oustanding, discounted invoices as collateral. So, instead of getting paid in 30, 60 or 90 days, the company gets cash in just … Continue reading “Factoring Companies Provide Financial Relief”

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January 10, 2010 at 6:44 pm