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Bank Financing vs. Receivables Factoring
 
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http://www.driveyoursuccess.com Costs of financing receivables with a bank versus receivables factoring. The video breaks down how to compare costs and how to use a sample excel spreadsheet on www.driveyoursuccess.com that compares financing with a bank versus financing with receivables financing.
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How does a factoring company help manage your receivables? | Factoring Invoice 101
 
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Factoring Receivables In QuickBooks
 
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How to Qualify a Factoring Prospect by Asking Three Simple Questions Video
 
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REQUEST A FREE QUOTE TODAY: http://www.prnfunding.com/contact-us It's a factoring broker's job to deliver companies with cash flow issues to the appropriate funding source. Although this task sounds easy enough, in reality, it's not always so simple. Picture this scenario: You have a client in need of cash flow who has been in business for a year, has three large customers and gets paid in less than 30 days. Eager to help this entrepreneur get the cash he needs to expand, you refer this small business owner to one of your factoring partners immediately. The factoring company tells you that they are interested in pursuing the lead, and they'll have an update for you as soon as they reach out to the prospect. The next day, you get a phone call from the factoring firm telling you that they are no longer working the deal. Has this ever happened to you? If you answered yes, then I have some good news for you. There's a simple way to drastically reduce the chances of the above situation ever happening again. All you have to do is ask three key questions before referring a lead to a factor. #1: Have Your Receivables Been Pledged as Collateral to Another Lender? The answer to this question can dramatically change how a factoring company views a prospect. Simply put, if the answer is 'yes,' the deal just got less interesting. In order for a factoring company to purchase invoices, it uses the company's accounts receivables as collateral. If the business owner has a loan (or is working with another factoring company), then that lender has most likely already filed a UCC-1 and claimed the borrower's accounts receivables as collateral. (NOTE: A UCC-1 is a legal document that a creditor files to give notice that it has an interest in the personal property of a debtor.) Discovering that a potential factoring candidate has a UCC-1 is problematic for a new factoring firm because it cannot fund on invoices if another entity is already entitled to them. In some instances, a factoring firm can structure an agreement where the previous lender is willing to release its ownership rights on the receivables, leaving them clear for the new funding source to use as collateral. #2: Do You Owe Any Past-Due Taxes? If your prospect answers 'yes' to this question, the next thing you need to ask is by how much? In general, a business that is behind on its taxes is not a good thing. However, how much or how little it owes will give the factoring company a better idea of how invested it would like to be in the deal. When the IRS learns that a business is behind on its taxes, it files a lien on the company's assets, including physical assets (property, computers, fax machines, etc.) as well as liquid assets (bank accounts, accounts receivables, etc.). This is the IRS's way of getting a business owner's attention because if the owner doesn't pay the IRS what is owed, the next step is to levy on those assets. When the IRS goes through with the levy, it claims the accounts receivables and other assets to compensate for the back taxes. In this situation, a factoring company cannot fund because the accounts receivables no longer belong to the factor. In other words, when the IRS levies on a company's assets, all of the payments for the receivables which the factor initially purchased now go to the IRS instead of the factor. Translation -- The factor never gets paid what it's owed. There are some situations in which the prospect, factoring firm and IRS could arrange a payment plan when taxes are past due. However, in general, if a company owes the government money, the risk level is usually too high for a factoring firm to want to stay involved. #3: Who Are Your Customers? Factoring brokers should pay very close attention to how their prospects answer this question because there are a couple of "entities" that simply cannot be factored. In a nutshell, the accounts receivable factoring model works best when smaller, less-established companies are selling to or providing services for larger, creditworthy companies. As such, a factoring firm is able to extend credit to the smaller entity, which may have little or no business credit history, based on the fact that its customers are financially sound enough to pay their bills in a timely manner. This ideal factoring model breaks down any time the above conditions are not met. The most common factoring deals that get turned down immediately because of who they bill are companies that are paid by private consumers and extremely slow-paying clients. For the latter example, it's important to note what the standard industry payment terms are to determine if the customer is a slow payer. For example, in the medical staffing industry, it's typical to see net-60 terms, whereas in another industry, net-60 might be considered too past due to purchase.
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Factor Funding. factoring receivable. Offers different plans according to your business needs.
 
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Factor Funding. factoring receivable. Offers different plans according to your business needs. Link: http://www.factorfunding.com/
Creating Loyal Customers with Receivables Factoring
 
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Creating Loyal Customers with Receivables Factoring Repeat customer business, especially through a signed contract, gives you reliable income, while you expand your company and take on new challenges. You can maintain your customer relationships and ensure their loyalty many ways, including extending credit to them. However, offering extended credit for customers will result in periods of low cash flow. Extending credit to your clients allows them to purchase your goods or services and pay later. This creates loyalty due to the convenience and the relationship that you are cultivating through the arrangement. This is an excellent way to plan for increased sales and improved earnings. The down side is, this could mean waiting longer than your normal invoice due dates; putting payment out 15, 30, or 60 days. If you are concerned about the initial effect on cash flow, we recommend that you use your open invoices to bolster cash levels through invoice factoring. Factoring gets you cash fast, so that your cash flow remains positive, while you wait for your customer credit program payments to come through. Universal Funding can provide you with cash for your invoices through a simple process: • The applications and approval process is usually completed within three business days. • We will purchase some or all of your open invoices and pay to you up-front 75-90% of their value. • Your business will receive the cash within hours of approval Credit programs create loyalty and allow your customers to purchase more of your goods or services. Universal Funding can help you minimize the negative affect on cash flow so that you can make such an offer. Simply fill out our online rate form or call 1-800-405-6035 to receive a no-cost consultation. http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-companies http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-company http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring-companies factoring, invoice factoring, factoring companies, factoring company, invoice factoring companies,
Sources of Finance - Factoring
 
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The use of factoring as a short-term source of finance is explained in this short revision video. Factoring is a way a business can raise cash by selling their sales invoices (trade receivables) to a third party (a factoring company) at a discount.
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Free Guide to Account Receivable Factoring Companies
 
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http://businessfactoringpro.com/businessfactoring/accounts-receivable-factoring-companies/ Video guide for businesses looking for accounts receivable factoring companies. Watch this before you apply for services from any account receivable factoring companies.
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Accounts Receivable Factoring With Recourse (Sales Of Accounts Receivable)
 
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Accounting for the sales of receivables (accounts receivable) with recourse, factoring of accounts receivable, factoring arrangement with recourse where the risk of uncollectibility of the acounts receivable remains with the seller (borrower), billing and collection is typically done by the factor (lender), for factoring accounts receivable, receivables are sold to the factor (financing company), the factor buys the accounts receivable at a discount from face value, once transferred the factor (lender) will pay a portion of the receivbles value in (1) cash and another portion will be held in a (2) reserve account (sales returns allowances and discounts), example is for seller (borrower) factors an amount of accounts receivable with factor (lendor) on a with recourse basis, factor assesses a finance charge of specified percent of the amount of accounts receivable and retains an amount equal to specified percent of the accounts receivable (for probable adjustments for sales discounts and allowances), the seller of the receivables sets up a special liability recourse account for the estimated payments which are paid to the purchaser of the accounts receivable for any uncollectible accounts, the example expands on how to account for the return payment to the seller for any balance which remains in the reserve payable due to the borrower for sales discounts and allowances, so shown how to close out any recourse liability for either collectibles over estimated or under estimated, detailed accounting example by Allen Mursau
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How Factoring Can Help Startup Companies
 
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https://www.interstatecapital.com/can-factoring-help-startup-companies/ More and more people are launching their own companies and becoming their own boss. They draw up their business plans and work day and night. But that’s not always enough for success. Many new businesses never make it past their first year. What’s a startup company’s biggest challenge? Cash flow! Even if a new business owner has a pipeline of customers, it’s tough to maintain a positive cash flow and get ahead. Without a long credit history and track record of success, getting a loan can be impossible, even at your own bank. The cash flow solution: Invoice factoring Fortunately, invoice factoring firms offer an affordable funding solution for startups. When you sell your invoices to a factoring company, you instantly speed up your cash flow. How does factoring work for startups? Startup companies need cash fast for payroll, suppliers, rent, equipment, insurance, and much more. The factoring company gives you those needed funds in exchange for your unpaid invoices. No more waiting weeks and months to get paid! Top factoring companies support startups The best factoring companies help startups with credit checks on customers, collections services, and other included benefits. Factoring companies also set up new startup clients with industry-specific support services, such as assistance with  Payroll services  Insurance providers  Business registrations  Discounts Smart startups turn to Interstate Capital Interstate Capital, one of North America’s top invoice factoring companies, has helped thousands of new and growing businesses succeed since 1993. The startup factoring specialists at Interstate Capital can help your company become more profitable in less time. Contact them today!
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Accounts Receivable Factoring Companies, Services, Rates, Costs and More
 
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http://www.accountsreceivablefactoringhq.com - Accounts receivable factoring companies are growing. The best accounts receivable factoring company charges the least (1-3% discount rate) and provides the most. Visit the website above to learn more about invoice financing costs, rates, and services provided by small business accounts receivable factoring companies, and how you can use invoice financing to expedite your small business cash flows.
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Invoice Factoring
 
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Invoice Factoring - http://commercialmedicalfactoring.com/ Invoice Factoring in Real Life It was not an issue that they had anticipated. When the two brothers started their business of industrial machine maintenance and repair, they knew that they would have to work hard to attract customers and to show those customers why they were better and more cost effective than competitors. The brothers had budgeted for startup expenses, created a marketing plan and marketing materials, and begun staffing up with technicians and office staff. Really, they did everything right except make one miscalculation. They thought that their clients would pay them quickly once the work was completed and invoices had been sent out. Toward the end of the first year, they recognized that although the company was growing, a cash squeeze was happening that would affect their ability to pay employees and buy supplies. Clients were taking 30-45 days to pay, so cash on hand was inadequate. They were not sure whether they would qualify for a bank loan due to the newness of their business, and did not really want to incur debt anyway. Then they heard about commercial invoice factoring. By factoring their accounts receivable, they were using a financial tool that was perfect for addressing a cash flow issue like theirs. With invoice factoring, there would be no loan paperwork or debts to pay back. The credit of their customers would be used to evaluate their factoring eligibility, not that of their own firm, which had little credit history. After the factoring company explained the process and addressed their questions, the brothers submitted information about their firm, provided a receivables aging report, and gave a copy of one of their invoices. In less than two weeks, the brothers and the factoring company signed an agreement for factoring the accounts receivable. Although the brothers' firm was billing out over $150,000 per month, they only needed to factor $50,000 of it. Since the factoring company had previously informed them that there was no minimum dollar commitment or time period, the brothers had the flexibility to only factor out the amount that they needed. For the first few months, they continued to want $50,000 factored each month. Within 24-48 hours of them sending out their invoices, the factoring company would electronically transfer $40,000 (80% of the invoiced amount) to their checking account, thus allowing them to pay their employees. When clients' paid their bills, the brothers would receive the other $10,000 of the invoiced amount less the previously agreed upon factoring fee. Over time, depending on cash flow needs, the brothers would some months factor much more than $50,000 and other months do less. The above is a real example of how invoice factoring is used. It allows growing companies to keep enough cash flowing to meet financial obligations without creating long-term debt problems or adding liabilities to their balance sheets. It is normal for a company to receive 75-85% of the invoiced amount, with the remainder paid out later. Invoice factoring can be used alone or in conjunction with bank loans to help companies stay afloat and prosper. If you have questions about whether factoring could help your company, give us a call at Seascape Capital. Invoice factoring, Factoring invoices, Accounts receivable factoring, Factoring accounts receivable, Factoring companies, Factoring company, Receivable factoring Invoice factoring companies, Staffing factoring http://youtu.be/CVWUo9g69lQ
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Bee Business Bee Debt Factoring Tutorial
 
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Join Bee Business Bee in this debt factoring tutorial. Bee will explain with a logical example one of the more complex areas of Business Studies and how debt factoring can be used by businesses as a quick short term method of increasing profitability. More resources can be found online at; www.beebusinessbee.co.uk
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Accounts Receivable Financing Can Prevent Bank Overdrafts
 
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Accounts Receivable Financing can prevent bank overdrafts In today’s difficult financial environment, Banks still remain reluctant to lend to small and medium businesses, requiring companies to seek out alternative sources of funding to provide working capital. In the past year, smaller companies requiring fewer than $20 thousand dollars per month, have been able to find some financial relief via new online-lending-platforms. But for larger companies, needing to finance $50 thousand or even $1million dollars each month, where are they to turn while waiting on slow paying customers? These online-lending-platforms deem these larger businesses as too big and banks reject them as too small. Many of these SME’s wait 15, 30, or 60 days for their customers to pay, and are thus forced to use overdraft protection, which comes with some pretty hefty bank fees. In addition to these fees, growing companies simply just don’t have the cash-flow to support a new project. If you find yourself in this predicament, you can, instead, turn to Universal Funding, which can quickly turn your invoice-assets into cash and do it far more quickly than a bank loan and a lot less expensive than overdraft fees, thus allowing you to expand your business and take on new customers. Accounts receivable financing gives companies the flexibility to quickly access the cash tied up in their invoices. Universal Funding is one of the most experienced sources in this business finance space, providing their services throughout the United States for almost 20 years. If you’re ready to experience the financial support you need to keep your business growth plans on track, visit universalfunding.com or call 1-800-405-6035 today. Accounts Receivable Financing can prevent bank overdrafts In today’s difficult financial environment, Banks still remain reluctant to lend to small and medium businesses, requiring companies to seek out alternative sources of funding to provide working capital. In the past year, smaller companies requiring fewer than $20 thousand dollars per month, have been able to find some financial relief via new online-lending-platforms. But for larger companies, needing to finance $50 thousand or even $1million dollars each month, where are they to turn while waiting on slow paying customers? These online-lending-platforms deem these larger businesses as too big and banks reject them as too small. Many of these SME’s wait 15, 30, or 60 days for their customers to pay, and are thus forced to use overdraft protection, which comes with some pretty hefty bank fees. In addition to these fees, growing companies simply just don’t have the cash-flow to support a new project. If you find yourself in this predicament, you can, instead, turn to Universal Funding, which can quickly turn your invoice-assets into cash and do it far more quickly than a bank loan and a lot less expensive than overdraft fees, thus allowing you to expand your business and take on new customers. Accounts receivable financing gives companies the flexibility to quickly access the cash tied up in their invoices. Universal Funding is one of the most experienced sources in this business finance space, providing their services throughout the United States for almost 20 years. If you’re ready to experience the financial support you need to keep your business growth plans on track, visit universalfunding.com or call 1-800-405-6035 today. http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-companies http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-company http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring-companies factoring, invoice factoring, factoring companies, factoring company, invoice factoring companies,
Why B2B Service Providers turn to Invoice Factoring Companies
 
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Why B2B Service Providers turn to Invoice Factoring Companies Meet Hank and Mary. Together they own and manage H&M Marketing, which offers a variety of marketing services to local area businesses. If a business wants to market their services via the internet, direct mail, radio, TV, billboards, newspaper, or magazine, H&M Marketing can do it. Their business has been steadily growing over the last two years. Things were looking up until yesterday when they landed a big $200,000 account. Now normally that would be a good thing, but the new account payment terms were negotiated at net 90. Production expenses will run about $100,000. Hank and Mary have about $25,000 in reserves. That leaves them $75,000 short and they need the money in the next week to start the extensive marketing campaign. Their bank would take 30 days to approve and the fees were nothing short of piracy. Mary was conveying the situation to her friend who happened to be a CFO. The friend asked if Hank and Mary had accounts receivables; invoices due by their customers. Mary confirmed that they typically have over $100,000 in accounts receivables at any given time. Mary’s friend suggested contacting Universal Funding. “They helped my company out of a similar situation, turning our invoices into cash in a matter of days. If they helped us, they can probably help you.” With Universal Funding’s help, H&M Marketing gained access to $80,000 in a matter of days. The project started on time and the new customer was ecstatic with their large scale marketing campaign. Not only did H&M Marketing provide seamless services to their new client, they did it without a dime of debt. If you’re a business service provider with a B2B model in need of a cash infusion, do yourself a favor and contact Universal Funding at www.UniversalFunding.com or call (800) 405-6035. http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-companies http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-company http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring-companies factoring, invoice factoring, factoring companies, factoring company, invoice factoring companies,
Improving the Collection of your Accounts Receivables [English Subs]
 
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In today’s global business environment, debt collection can be a complex matter. Find out how to resolve late payment issues domestically or abroad and discover how Euler Hermes debt collection specialists can help you save time and stay on good terms with your customers. http://www.eulerhermes.com/products-solutions/debt-collection
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accounts receivable financing activity
 
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Accounts receivable financing, also known as factoring, is a viable alternative to a traditional business loan. Many small and large B2B companies have turned to this … Consumer Receivable Financing Would your business benefit by offering easy payment terms to your clients? By using our consumer finance program, you can get the … Financing The process or means of acquiring capital necessary to conduct a business activity. Two of the most common forms of financing are debt financing and equity financing. In debt financing… Accounts Receivable Financing : Accounts Receivable Financing (Factoring) from Mountain Pacific Financial. The worry-free ways to increase working capital, improve … What is Factoring? Companies of all types and In a nutshell, factoring (also known as invoice factoring, invoice financing, and accounts receivable financing) is simply a … Looking for a way to streamline the process of tracking and monitoring customer accounts? Feel free to download a free Accounts Receivable ledger in Excel format … CHAPTER 14 THE STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS E14–1 1. Investing activity 2. Financing activity 3. Operating activity 4. Financing activity 5. Investing activity 6 Accounts Receivable … Is accounts payable a operating activity? SAVE CANCEL. already exists. Would you like to merge this question into Accounts receivable - assets All "payable" accounts … Accounts Receivable and Inventory Financing 4 Comptroller’s Handbook • The potential for fraud on the part of the borrower. A operating operating b operating financing c a decrease in accounts receivable would be reported or included as a(n): Financing activity. D. Investing activity. 26. … What is 'Accounts Receivable Financing' Accounts receivable financing is a type of asset-financing arrangement in which a company uses its receivables — outstanding … system, activity logs, account and invoice level notes, integrated communication tools, 17 Things You Should Be Doing Right Now To Reduce Outstanding Accounts Receivable … Accounts receivable financing can be a loan for the business with its account receivable as collateral or a factoring in which the accounts receivable is sold … CHAPTER 24. Statement of Cash Flows An example would be an increase in accounts receivable. If accounts receivable increased during the but it is a significant noncash financing activity … Accounts Receivable is designed for retail Activity can be summarized or detailed by item using standardized class no or special rate financing plans can effectively … What is the definition and meaning of receivables and accounts receivable? The term receivable refers to money owed to a firm that meets two requirements: Firstly, the … Beginning accounts receivable 400,000 Credit sales 3,000,000 a financing activity, and thus is not included in Financial Reporting and Analysis Chapter 4 Solutions … Accounting: Accounts Receivable & Operating Activity The income your business generates and the activities and expenses to make that income all fall under the umbrella of accounts receivable and operating activity. Receivables (Topic 310) No. 2010-20 July 2010 Disclosures about the Credit Quality of Financing Receivables and the Allowance for Credit Losses Trade receivables include accounts receivable and notes receivable. Accounts receivable. Accounts receivable are current assets which represent amounts to be … Accounts receivable turnover (days) is an activity ratio measuring how many days per year averagely needed by a company to collect its receivables. Recent Account Activity; Payment Options . Payment Options; Pay Online; Mail; University Accounts Receivable. We administer student accounts, various … Financing Activities a decrease in cash, or a negative amount on the cash flow statement. 19. [Because Accounts Receivable is a current asset, Activity … Do you use third party financing? 4. Reconciliation. 4.1.2. roll forward activity for the month, Accounts Receivable Package Requirements Questionnaire Disclaimer: … .010 Introduction. The State Department of Administration has established policies and procedures to be followed by all state agencies in the management, collection and reporting of accounts receivable.
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Temporary Staffing Factoring Leads to Expansion Video
 
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REQUEST A FREE QUOTE TODAY: http://www.ezinvoicefactoring.com/request-a-quote A successful local staffing company started out small, staffing employees to cover seasonal overflows. This supplemental staffing agency began gaining popularity because its employees were punctual, courteous and hard-working. The staffing agency continued to gain popularity, however, the more shifts they had to fill, the harder it became for the staffing business to maintain a positive cash flow. The company had to start turning down new business because it was taking too long for their current customers to pay, thus making it difficult to for the company to meet payroll. First, the staffing agency applied for a bank loan, however, they were turned down because they did not have a long and profitable operating history. A business consultant suggested that the staffing agency should try looking into financing their business through accounts receivable factoring. The consultant gave them the contact information for EZ Invoice Factoring, a factor that has extensive experience factoring staffing invoices. With EZ Invoice Factoring, an experienced account manager constructed a personalized factoring plan for the staffing company. After putting this plan into action, EZ Invoice Factoring was able to obtain funding for this staffing company, and as a result, they were able to make payroll and expand their business. In addition, the temporary staffing company was able to use EZ Invoice Factoring's online account management system to help them streamline their billing and collections process. EZ Invoice Factoring approaches every staffing client with a "can-do" attitude. The account managers at EZ Invoice Factoring creates individualized options to help obtain funding for all types of staffing agencies. Call 1-855-FACTOR-1 for a free consultation for your staffing company.
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Factoring works when working capital needs are quicker than banks
 
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Video proFile™ page: http://videoprofile.net/video/page/business/greystone/factoring-works Factoring is an alternative way to finance your accounts receivable. It uses the company's accounts receivable as the basis for providing working capital. As a factoring company, we can provide you with services that a bank won't provide. Allow us to furnish you with the credit expertise, the collection expertise and the proper reporting that will enable you to run your company more efficiently. If you have any other questions about factoring or financing your business, consider Greystone, we can help.
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Intro to "Medical Accounts Receivable Financing"
 
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http://www.alleonhealthcare.com/medical-receivables-financing-1/ http://medicalfinancingreceivables.co Some basic information about what Medical Factoring is and how it can be used by medical providers as a tool to help them with their financing so they can focus on healing their clients. http://alleoncapital.com --END-- 1. We offer medical factoring and medical receivables factoring to healthcare providers and facilities. Competitive rates. Please call toll freeMedical factoring for healthcare providers and facilities. Affordable rates. Toll free Providing medical factoring finance to medical providers that invoice to Medicare, Medicaid and HMO's. 2. Currently medical factoring healthcare clients whose financial needs from Doctor/Physician, MRI center, Clinics, Home Healthcare or hospitals with insurance ... 3. Medical Factoring gives you the needed cash in 1-2 days. Our Medical Billing Service allows you to run your practice, and not chase claims. 4. Our medical receivables factoring company will advance up to 80% of your net medical accounts receivables and insurance claims. Finance medical ... 5. Medical Accouts Receivalble Factoring for Healthcare Professionals. Personal Injury Accounts Receivalble Factoring for Healthcare Professionals. 6. We can help you with Medical Factoring. 1stTrustFactoring can work with you on your businesses Medical Receivable Factoring and other Financing ... 7. We specialize in providing medical factoring receivables to healthcare providers nationwide including doctors, medical practices, nursing homes, hospitals, ... 8. Jul 12, 2011 -- Articles describes how medical factoring can help a health-care company stabilize their cash flows while awaiting payment from vendors.
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Staffing Factoring Case Study Video
 
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Invoice Factoring can assist businesses in a variety of industries in getting the cash they need to grow business and recover from financial struggles. Learn more about how factoring can give you business funding today: http://www.factorfinders.com/factoring-accounts-receivable REQUEST A FREE QUOTE TODAY: http://www.factorfinders.com/request-a-quote Staffing Factoring Case Study Today you're going to hear the story of Michael who was looking for financing solutions soon after launching a temporary IT Staffing Agency. It's a great example of how the factoring process works and how factoring can benefit your company, both long-term and when you're in a pinch. Michael had ten solid years of management experience in the staffing industry, but lacked expertise in entrepreneurship. His business started off with steady growth, but at the sixth month mark, Michael encountered some cash flowing problems. Additionally, he placed a large group of IT workers at a corporation without running a credit check on that corporation first. When Michael called the company to see when his check would be cut, he found out that it would take about sixty days for them to get the funds to his account. This, as Michael found out, would put him weeks behind on payroll. Thinking quickly, Michael did some quick research on IT Staffing Factoring firms and discovered Factor Finders. Our company was able to create a specialized staff factoring arrangement for him. And Factor Finders was also able to approve his clients for advanced cash in just a few business days. Factor Finders also quickly checked for leads on Michael's receivables then verified the validity of each invoice. Then each accounts payable department was informed of the factoring relationship between Michael's company and Factor Finders. Michael received an eighty percent cash advance payment on his invoices and was able to meet his payroll and cover his operating expenses as well. Most importantly, because of factoring Michael was able to make his business decisions based on his plans per pursing new clients, not just putting out cash flow fires. If you would like to see your business achieve a similar financial competitive edge, call Factor Finders today at 1-855-Factor-1.
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How To Use Factoring Services|Factoring Companies
 
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www.factoring-accounts-receivables.info free book on factoring available
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Receivable Factoring That No One Else Can Match
 
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www.FactorMoney.com 1-866-593-2195 Providing receivable factoring services nationwide - Over 70 years of factoring company experience - Up to 97% Advance Rates WHAT SETS US APART • Same Day funding on approved invoices • We do not require a long term contract. • 97% advance rates; tops in the industry • Credit analysis on new and existing customers • Continuous collection management and follow up on factored invoices • Invoice and statement mailing (postage included) • Account status inquiries anytime; 24/7 online account access.
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Banker Refers Staffing Company to Factoring Company for a Fast Financial Solution
 
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Banker Refers Staffing Company to Factoring Company for a Fast Financial Solution http://UniversalFunding.com Avenue B Staffing Services borrowed $100,000 from a local bank, as they had been in business for several years, had a healthy client list, and a very steady revenue stream. Upon learning that their biggest client had gone into a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the owner realized the she was going to be unable to make the scheduled loan payments for the foreseeable future. Avenue B still had payroll to meet and a large quarterly tax bill due in a few weeks. The bank, while sympathetic, couldn't lend her any more money, and were prepared to hand her off to their special assets department. The business banker remembered a presentation he had seen regarding Universal Funding Corporation, an accounts receivable financing company. Universal Funding stepped in and was able to factor all of the other open invoices, providing access to immediate cash that was tied up in the accounts receivables. Working with the bank, Universal Funding was able to establish a workable payment plan, help Avenue B Staffing meet payroll, pay taxes, and grow the business back to where it was before the major client went under. An added benefit that came out of working with Universal Funding was that Avenue B was able to evaluate existing and new customers' credit to make sure they wouldn't face that predicament again. By utilizing services that are a part of Universal's standard credit processes, Avenue B would prevent the scenario from happening in the future. Avenue B continued to make their loan payment schedule with the bank, and in turn the bank kept the healthy business account open. As a banker you witness firsthand when your clients end up in these critical predicaments. Call us at 1-800-405-6035 or visit universalfunding.com to experience a favorable outcome like Avenue B and their bank did! factoring, invoice factoring, factoring companies, factoring company, invoice factoring companies, http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-companies http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-company http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring-companies
Accounts Receivable Financing - How Invoice Financing Works
 
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http://www.accountsreceivablefactoringhq.com - Factoring Invoices or Accounts Receivable Financing is a great way to expedite cash flows to grow and expand your business. There are many uses of Accounts Receivable Factoring, whether to hire more staff, expand, open new locations, procure more inventory or just sustain working capital needs. Learn more on the Accounts Receivable Factoring Head Quarters.
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Accounts Receivable Days
 
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This course helps entrepreneurs and startups create a banker-ready business plan from scratch using award-winning StratPad software. Its 20 short lessons walk you through the creation of your business plan, step-by-step. Follow along in StratPad and you'll complete your business plan by the end of the course. You should be able to complete the course (and your business plan) in a single day. You'll learn: - the 7 key questions that you must answer to get a loan or investment - how to break your plan down into manageable pieces - the numbers you need to create your financial projections - how to strengthen your plan with metrics - how to build accountability into your plan The course contains everything you need except for a StratPad account. Get your free 7-day StratPad account at www.stratpad.com
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Factoring Companies Secrets You Never Knew
 
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www.jklfunding.com Businesses Choose Us Again and Again for their Invoice Factoring How Does Invoice Factoring Work? 1. What is invoice factoring? Invoice factoring consists of converting a companys accounts receivable into cash by selling invoices to a factoring company at a discount. Invoice Factoring is a valuable financing option for companies who are just starting out or who are experiencing a period of rapid growth
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Receivable Financing On Demand
 
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http://www.fredcoutts.com The cost of doing business with a receivable financing company is the discount taken on the invoices submitted for funding. Fees range from 1 to 3 percent, depending on volume, credit-worthiness of the customers sold and overall risk. The receivable financing discount taken is best compared to a merchant accepting a Visa or MasterCard transaction and receiving immediate payment, less a percentage or discount, before the actual cardholder has paid his or her monthly statement.
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4 Steps to Collecting Accounts Receivables Quicker with Michelle Edwards, CPA
 
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Michelle Edwards, CPA talks about 4 easy steps small business owners, entrepreneurs, and business owners can take to collect their accounts receivable faster.
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Understanding the Terms Medical Factoring Companies Use | Medical Factoring
 
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http://www.alleonhealthcare.com/medical-receivables-financing-1/ http://medicalfinancingreceivables.co Medical factoring terms explained simply for medical providers looking for financing against their accounts receivable. Feel free to contact me directly for further information at benr@alleoncapital.com or 201-340-6346 --END-- Medical Factoring - Best Medical Receivables Factoring Rates We offer medical factoring and medical receivables factoring to healthcare providers and facilities. Competitive rates. Medical Factoring - Accounts Receivable Financing Providing medical factoring finance to medical providers that invoice to Medicare, Medicaid and HMO's. Factoring Medical, Account Receivable Financing insurance billing ... Medical, Financing all areas of healthcare from insurance billing to Factoring Medical Staffing. Medical Factoring.Where You Can Go To... what We Can Do, That The Other Medical Factoring Companiies Can't, To Help You Boost Your Profits and Growth For Starters, Our program includes the ... Medical Factoring Concepts Factoring for Healthcare Professionals. Personal Injury Accounts Receivalble Factoring for Healthcare Professionals. Medical Factoring | Medical Billing Service Factoring gives you the needed cash in 1-2 days. Our Medical Billing Service allows you to run your practice, and not chase claims. Medical Factoring - We can help you with Medical Factoring. can work with you on your businesses Medical Receivable Factoring and other Financing ... Medical Factoring - Competitive Financing Rates - Medical factoring for healthcare providers and facilities. Affordable rates. Medical factoring | Medical receivables | Choose from a wide collection of medical receivables factoring programs to help health care businesses to solve their cash flow issues. The Secrets Of Medical Receivable Factoring Revealed Receivable Factoring can help those firms that banks often find difficult to approve such as start-up companies whose growth outstrips cash. The primary ... Video Source: http://youtu.be/hoee4DVbyNM
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Securitizations CPA exam ch 8 p 8
 
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securitization, Factoring receivable, pleading receivable, collateralized borrowing, accelerating cash collection, sales of receivable, intermediate accounting, CPA exam
Invoice Factoring & Asset Based Lending
 
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http://papersourceuniversity.com Invoice Factoring & Asset Based Lending Interview with Robert McHaon Robert McMahon is an expert in factoring accounts receivable, inventory finance, import-export trade solutions, purchase order finance, payroll finance, merchant cash advances and equipment finance.
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Invoice Factoring Testimonial - Reggie of Staff Solutions
 
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2015 Customer Review of Universal Funding A client, who had been using factoring service for about 9 months, experienced a tremendous amount of growth and requested to have their factoring line, increased. Fortunately, factoring is a scalable financing solution that increases as a business grows, without having to resubmit for approval. Here is what Reggie has to say about his experience with Universal Funding. “I am so thankful for your company, I can’t say enough about your team. Initially, I was a little nervous, because I was beginning a journey with a company that was located on the other side of the country, but it was the best business decision I have ever made. Words cannot begin to express the appreciation I have for the entire Universal Funding family. I look forward to a long and prosperous business relationship for many years to come!” Reggie continues by saying, “Universal Funding saved my company. I was having cash flow problems and they responded immediately and helped me to secure the financing I needed for my business. It started with their Vice President Deron Nicholson, who took the time to personally call me and direct me on how to get started. They have a very personable staff who answers any questions or concerns I might have. Andrea is my Account Executive and she is one the best at what she does. The Credit Manager, Heather is a class act as well. If you ever need funding to help your business, I would highly recommend Universal Funding. I am so thankful for the business relationship that we have together. And now I can focus on the growth of my business and no longer worry about cash flow. Sincerely, Reggie Smith President of Staff Solutions. If your company is facing the same cash flow issues, but is primed to grow, give us a call at 1-800-405-6035 or visit universalfunding.com to get started! http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-companies http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-company http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring-companies factoring, invoice factoring, factoring companies, factoring company, invoice factoring companies,
Transportation Debtor Finance  Invoice Factoring  CashFlow Finance  CashFlow Advantage
 
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Phone : 1300 557 771 Our Web : http://www.cashflowadvantage.com.au/ Debtor Finance Page : http://www.cashflowadvantage.com.au/debtor-finance-recievables-finance-perth-sydney-melbourne-brisbane-adeliade-canberra Companies specializing in transportation often struggle with cash flow issues that seemingly materialize out of thin air. Increases in fuel prices, rising insurance costs and maintenance and repair expenses can all impact on the budget. Imagine facing these issues when your customers aren't paying their invoices on time? How are you supposed to keep your business going without sufficient cash flow? One potential solution to this problem is Transportation Debtor Finance. Before you apply for a facility, you should make sure you understand the possible benefits and risks of the arrangement. How Does Transportation Debtor Finance Work? Transportation Debtor Finance provides your company with working capital. In a debtor finance arrangement, you, as the owner of the company, agree to sell the value of your unpaid invoices to a financier. The financier then advances you up to 80% of the invoice value, usually within 24 hours. This cash can be used for any business purpose. When your customers pay their bills, the financier will deduct their fees from the remaining 20% and reimburse you with the balance. Advantages of Transportation Debtor Finance Debtor finance offers substantial benefits for transportation and freight companies. For example, if you choose a full-service facility, you won't have to make collection calls or undertake the typical accounts receivable work on your ledgers. It will all be handled by the debtor finance company. Another benefit of debtor finance is that you'll have access to cash quickly. Most debtor finance companies will issue you invoice-based cash within 24 hours. No more waiting 30 to 60 days for your customers to pay off their invoices. Transportation Debtor Finance Risks While debtor finance is a smart arrangement for most Australian businesses, there are a few risks involved with the process. Perhaps your customers never pay off their invoices. You would still be accountable for reimbursing the finance company for its cash advance. Another potential issue concerns the debtor finance company you choose to employ. Some debtor finance companies may have rigid requirements that are difficult to meet. To prevent this, you should research the company to make sure it has an established, respectable background in the industry. It's also a good idea to request client references before settling on a Financier. Despite the possible risks, transportation debtor finance provides freight companies with benefits that are difficult to ignore. If you're currently facing a cash crunch, Transportation Debtor Finance might be the perfect solution to your cash flow problems.
Capital Solutions Inc. Presents the S.B.A.'s How to Write a Business Plan
 
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Capital Solutions helps accounts gain receivable lines of credit. They do so by factoring and asset-based loans. They also specialize in purchase order financing. Brian Battaglia’s unique experience in the financing industry enables him to quickly assess each client’s financial situation. During the past eleven years, Capital Solutions has closed over 250+ deals for clients based upon the best structure and price. http://capitalsolutionsinc.com FAST. RELIABLE. RESPONSIVE. | Call Us (626) 695-2280 or email info@capitalsolutionsinc.com
The 5 Key Financial Indicators Business Execs Should Be Paying Attention To
 
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The 5 Key Financial Indicators Business Execs Should Be Paying Attention To Navigating a business through the challenges of growth can be both exciting and worrisome. With many gears in place, it’s hard to keep a close eye on all the moving parts. Here is our recommendation for the top 5 financial indicators that your business should be monitoring. • Gross Margins • Accounts Receivable (A/R) • Accounts Payable (A/P) • Inventory Turns, and • Retained Earnings The Gross Margins are the difference between the sales price and the cost of goods sold. Different industries have different percent margins, but on average, a business should have Gross Margins of 15% or more. Accounts Receivables are completed sales that have open invoices awaiting to be paid. For some industries, if A/R is not turning within 15 days, it may indicate an issue; yet in other industries a 30-60 day turnover for A/R is normal. If you find yourself with all your cash flow held up in A/R there are financing solutions available through invoice factoring companies like Universal Funding. Accounts Payable represents the credit given by your vendors and obligates you to pay the short-term debt. This is an important number to keep your eye on as it can affect your cash flow. As a general rule you want your A/P to be less than 50% of your A/R. Inventory turns are another key indicator that should be reviewed on a monthly basis. Turns of at least 4 times a year on your inventory should be achieved. If cash flow is keeping you from achieving your inventory goals, invoice factoring can be a fast solution to increase inventory turns. Retained Earnings are the excess profit that your business makes during the year and puts back into the business to build its working capital base. The benefit of this objective is that you are creating a historical precedent of profitability year after year. When these 5 financial indicators are monitored and managed correctly, you can anticipate a positive affect in shaping the future growth of your business. If you find yourself in a cash flow pinch while managing these indicators, let Universal Funding provide some relief. Call us at 1-800-405-6035 or visit universalfunding.com today. http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-companies http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-company http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring-companies factoring, invoice factoring, factoring companies, factoring company, invoice factoring companies,
Oil and Gas Industry Purchase Order Factoring & Receivable Financing
 
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Purchase order financing and receivable factoring for the oil, gas and energy industry suppliers. This is wonderful times for states like Texas, Arkansas, New Mexico, California, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, North and South Dakota and Ohio. Oil and Natural Gas exploration are now at record highs and are expected to stay that way to decades to come. For 20 years we've been funding suppliers to the oil and gas industries. Everyone from Roustabouts, hauling water, welders, drip-bit suppliers, guard service, to labor. Whatever product or service you are selling to oil and gas industries we'd love to help. Visit http://businesscash.com/who-benefits/energy-oil-gas-factoring/ for more information.
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Managing Cash Flow Video
 
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REQUEST A FREE QUOTE TODAY: http://www.prnfunding.com/contact-us Factoring Brokers: Managing Cash Flow in Times of Uncertainty 2011-01-31 From the housing market crisis to the infamous bank bail outs to the most recent elections, a lot has happened recently that will have lasting effects on the cash flow industry in a multitude of ways. The lending crisis is having a tremendous effect on small business owners, as banks and credit card companies raise borrowing costs and slashed credit lines. At the same time that the banks stopped lending, many small business owners saw their account receivables slowing down, which led to a cash flow bottleneck. While we would like to know what lies ahead for the cash flow industry, no one knows for sure what the future holds. However, one thing will go unchanged during these times of uncertainty-the need for business owners to proactively manage their cash flow will never go away. As factoring brokers, your services will be in high-demand over the next year as the fate of economy remains unsettled. Not only will you need to continue to locate non-traditional lenders (i.e. factoring firms) for your clients, but you will also be called upon to give a factoring broker plan to help business owners navigate through these turbulent times. Here are a few suggestions for factoring brokers to keep in mind throughout the remainder of 2010 and on into 2011: Stay well-informed on economic indicators. The first thing you can do as a seasoned factoring broker is to stay on top of economic indicators and forecasts. Doing so will help you be in a better position to make crucial business management decisions to help your company navigate through the uncertainties. In addition, having the most up-to-date resources at your disposal gives you a leg up on your competition because you will be able to advise your clients and prospects when they have a big decision to make about their company's future factoring broker plan. Revisit your business plan. Business plans are typically synonymous with start-up companies. Oftentimes, these initial business plans are written with certain assumptions, not taking into account that those assumptions are oftentimes context sensitive. Therefore, it's important to re-visit your business plan often (i.e. every six months or so) and make adjustments to ensure that everyone is still on the same page as far as the company's strategic goals are concerned and to reconsider the previous months' assumptions given the present state of the economy. Focus on cash flow. Obviously, this suggestion is one that factoring brokers should already be monitoring, as it is the essence of the service you provide to business owners. Be sure to give your prospects and clients some helpful tips on how to keep a close eye on their factoring broker plan during times of economic uncertainty. For example, if they want to get paid in a timely manner, it's imperative for them to send their invoices on time and to make routine collection calls. Invest in innovation. A common reaction to an economic downturn is to reduce costs through trimming orders and/or cutting back on marketing costs. While it is tempting to tighten the purse strings, it's also important to recognize that times of uncertainty also present huge opportunities. Pay attention to your competition. If they are cutting back on advertising, then it might be a good time for you to increase yours. In addition, with fewer companies marketing for new business, advertising rates usually drop, making them more affordable for you to communicate with your customers. Long story short, factoring brokers should not be afraid to take advantage of these opportunities when everyone else is cutting back. The increased uncertainty in the economic environment means that planning for the future has become more of a necessity. How factoring brokers choose to deal with this extra risk will determine how their businesses will fare over the coming months. Those factoring brokers who incorporate the above suggestions into their business plan and factoring broker plan will be able to weather the ups and downs of any economic time.
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Accounts Receivable Analysis
 
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This is one of many chapters on the DVD set "Accounting for The Small Business" available on Amazon.com, eBay and at ScribereTutorials.com http://tinyurl.com/d28sbne with free shipping. This set consists of 4 DVDs with over 6 hours of information and comes with a free support forum where you can ask any questions you may have about accounting.
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CFS Commercial Finance Solutions, Inc.
 
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Factoring allows businesses to sell their accounts receivable (invoices) at a discount in return for immediate cash, providing a "line of credit" that grows automatically as the business grows. John Hoff of Commercial Finance Solutions, Inc. explains the advantages of this form of financing.
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Factoring: A financing solution for growing businesses
 
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Learn how non-recourse account receivable factoring can provide vital working capital to a rapidly growing business.
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Diversified Funding Services Inc.
 
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http://divfunding.com/ Accounts Receivable Factoring, Accounts Receivable Financing, Business Factoring, Commercial, Factoring Company Information, Factoring Consultant
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How Factoring Can Give You a Competitive Advantage in 2015
 
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How Factoring Can Give You a Competitive Advantage in 2015 Every year, companies face increasing pressure to remain competitive. This push frequently results in a reevaluation of various operational procedures, including the generation of capital. Competitive advantages typically come with a price tag and decision makers are sometimes faced with the choice of pursuing an advantage or playing it safe and saving money. This conflict is familiar to many decision makers, but there is a simple solution that can give you the power to gain a serious advantage. An accounts receivable factoring company such as Universal Funding can provide you with the working capital necessary to pursue the outcomes that will give you an advantage in your industry. Your Competition Will Not Wait, so why should you? Decision makers and other business leaders understand that pressing an advantage is the only way to gain an edge over the competition. The companies you compete with for market share in your industry will not hesitate to further their own interests. This is why you need to leverage your existing financial resources with the help of an accounts receivable factoring company. The money gained from factoring can be used for all kinds of important things, including: • Hiring new employees • Promoting key team members • Competitive reorganizing • Seasonal promotions • Advertising and outreach • Relocation, construction, renovation, and remodeling • Branding and rebranding If you are not willing to take the steps necessary to press your advantage, the opportunity to do so may very well pass you by. No organization can afford to let the balance of advantage tip towards the competition. The capital that factoring makes available will be ready to use in a matter of days, not weeks or months, and can be put towards any end you choose. Discover the true value of your client accounts by letting Universal Funding determine how much working capital can be generated for your business. Call 1-800-405-6035 or visit universalfunding.com today. http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-companies http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-company http://www.universalfunding.com/invoice-factoring-companies factoring, invoice factoring, factoring companies, factoring company, invoice factoring companies,
How Much Will it Cost to Finance My Business? - A Rate Comparison
 
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In a recent article by Marc Prosser at fit-small-business.com, his interview with Ro-hit A-ror-a, revealed the financial institutions that are approving business finance. According to Mr. A-ror-a's findings, loans are approved as follows: • Big Bank loans are approved: 17 -- 19% of the time. • Small Bank loans are approved: 44 -- 51% of the time. • Credit Unions: 43 -- 50% • Alternative Finance: 63 -- 67% and • Institutional Lenders: 57 -- 68% These numbers should, have business owners seeking their financing with alternative lenders, but there are more facts to consider. • Big banks are usually making loans to big and well established companies • Small banks are typically making smaller loans, which are backed by the SBA. But remember that SBA loans are notoriously difficult and time consuming to obtain. • Credit unions, often finance small independent businesses, but their rates tend to be higher at the 6 -- 12% range. • Alternative lenders, provide the largest number of small business loans, with short terms, but they have very high rates, sometimes as high as 50%. • Institutional lenders, like hedge funds or industrial banks, are making loans to multi-franchise business owners. And like credit unions, their rates are in the 10-20% range. So, what option is a typical business owner going to choose when they need to secure financing? That's where receivables financing companies like Universal Funding comes in. Receivables financing companies do not facilitate loans in the traditional sense. The service they offer is invoice factoring, which is a financing solution that provides advances against open invoices in accounts receivable. Invoice factoring rates are usually in the 1%-6% range. Taking the statistics provided, let's compare rates and add invoice-factoring companies into the mix. What this comparison visualizes is that factoring companies have high approval rates at a very low cost, which makes for an ideal financing option. To get approved for financing at a low rate, please contact Universal Funding at 800-405-6035, or find us on the web at UniversalFunding.com.
Why Trucking Fleets Turn to Factoring Companies for Their Cash Flow Needs
 
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WHY TRUCKING FLEETS TURN TO FACTORING COMPANIES FOR THEIR CASH FLOW NEEDS http://UniversalFunding.com Make no mistake; the trucking industry keeps our country moving forward. Without it, there would be no fuel in our gas stations and no food on our grocery store shelves. However, the companies who use your transportation services can make you wait for months on end before sending payment. This makes it extraordinarily difficult for trucking companies like yours to pay their drivers on time and buy fuel for their next haul. If you operate a large fleet, a small fleet, a mini fleet, or are an owner operator; as long as you invoice at least $7,000 per week, we can help. Due to the nature of payment cycles in your industry, you've probably heard of other drivers and owners talking about invoice factoring. Sign up for our factoring services and join the thousands of trucking companies that never worry about getting paid for the loads they haul. When you partner with Universal Funding to manage your accounts receivables you will: • build a relationship with a dedicated factoring expert • be able to submit invoices electronically, and • Have access to On-demand reporting from anywhere Our goal is to make your fleet more profitable by allowing you to focus on your loads and the road. This fast financing solution allows you to take on more business because it keeps your cash flow positive so that you don't have to turn down a load while waiting to receive payment from a job you did two months ago. Universal Funding will buy your invoices for immediate cash, which you can use to keep your business, and our country, running. Call us at 1-800-405-6035 if you are ready to start working with the best factoring company in the States. One of our transportation factoring specialists will walk you through our process. http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-invoices http://www.universalfunding.com/factoring-receivables http://www.universalfunding.com/account-receivables-financing http://www.universalfunding.com/receivables-financing factoring, invoice factoring, factoring companies, factoring company, invoice factoring companies,
Factoring Companies-How To Choose The Right One For Your Company
 
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http://factoringcorp.com Unlike the other factoring companies, you actually make money with FactoringCorp.COM's account receivable factoring rates. Why Businesses Choose Full Force Factoring Again and Again for their Invoice Factoring Same Day Funding Advance Rates that Exceed Industry Norms by 20% Full Force Factoring offers cash advance rates up to 97% The typical maximum in the invoice factoring industry is 80%. We can offer you higher advances because of our unique financing capabilities Flexible Contracts- Full Force Factoring provides you with invoice factoring contracts that meet your cash flow needs,not ours. Unlike the others, we do not make you sign long-term truck factoring contracts and we don't charge you fees when you are inactive. Invoice Trucking Factoring Processing Not only can we offer you the most advanced technolgy but we also maintain the old-fashioned systems because every client has different needs. Unlike the Others, our objective here is not to force you to conform to us, but to get you the cash you need in the quickest and most efficient manner. Credit Management Services at No Extra Cost We provide credit analysis on both new and existing accounts. We actually pull credit reports from various reporting services that we contract with and report back to you as to whether or not they are creditworthy Experienced Account Managers We are seasoned professionals with an average of 11years staffing factoring and trucking factoring industry experience per account executive. (Well above the invoice factoring industry norm of 2 years) Personalized Service You have one dedicated person and his or her assistant who handle your account. Unlike the others, with us you don't have to start over each time you call with a new person Please contact us today and our seasoned invoice factoring specialists will help you get the cash you need TODAY 1-800-986-1854 Email Us or complete the On-Line Invoice Factoring Request Form Doing business nationwide including Seattle and Houston
Factoring - A New Source of Growth Capital for Small Business
 
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View to gain an understanding of non-recourse account receivable factoring and which of your small to mid-sized business clients would benefit from this valuable financing program. Targeting businesses with revenue of $1 Million to $100 Million annually.
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IMM Financial - Business Finance Solitions
 
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IMM Financial is the Best Commercial Finance Company for your Business Funding needs. Small Business Loans, Accounts Receivable Factoring, Inventory Finance, Production Finance, Purchase Order Finance, Merchant Card Advances, Equipment Leasing, Letters of Credit and more.
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Factoring for Manufacturing Companies
 
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Receivables factoring and invoice financing for manufacturing. Manufacturing is coming back to the United States. The cost of labor is rising in China and India, transportation costs are rising and its cost effective to build products again in the states. For almost 20 years we've been funding manufacturers. Everything from food products, bearings, to motors, to fabrics to clothing. If you are a manufacturing company and building it for credit worthy clients we want to help. We have clients anywhere from $30,000- $3,000,000 per month with advance rates up to 90%. Our invoice financing and receivable factoring facilities include insurance protection against bankruptcy or insolvency. Plus many people at Paragon Financial have manufacturing backgrounds understanding your specific needs. Visit http://www.paragonfinancial.net/who-it-benefits/manufacturing for more information.
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Miami Factoring Companies  Advice to Companies Whose Cash Flow is Troubling
 
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http://jklfunding.com Miami Factoring Companies Florida Many Great Factors A Company Should Use A Factoring Company One of the most noted advantages of factoring is the ability for a business to quickly raise cash when a conventional loan is unattainable, or when the company is experiencing rapid growth and has to purchase materials, pay suppliers and cover business expenses. Nevertheless, this is not the only benefit. There are a considerable number of reasons why companies should think about accounts receivable factoring. 1. Using a factoring company is an incredibly quick way for companies to raise cash: A factoring offer can be performed in just a few days. A company can have cash in a really short quantity of time. This can be extremely useful for a business that is desperate for cash or that is looking to swiftly expand their operations. It can take a significant amount of time obtaining a loan and then hearing back from them on whether or not they are willing to supply a business with the cash needed. A business could not have that quantity of time. The income of their company may rely on getting cash quick. 2. Factoring reduces the collections procedure: Companies often need to wait weeks or even months before they are paid for services rendered. Throughout this time, they could be cash poor and could not have the funds available to grow their businesses or even meet their current business costs. 3. Using a Miami factoring company allows companies to generate money without handling brand-new financial obligations: Financial obligations can be an efficient tool to develop and sustain a company. Nonetheless, it can also be dangerous, particularly for new companies. Factoring allows companies to get badly required capital without relying an costly loan. 4. Using a factoring company can be a excellent option for companies having difficulties getting a bank loan: Getting a business loan has constantly been challenging. Today, it is even harder due to the fact that banks are hanging on tighter than ever to their money. If a company has actually not been around extremely long or has had issues paying back loans in the past, the chance they will be able to receive a bank loan is rather unlikely. In this case, a good alternative would be for a business to utilize factoring services. 5. Factoring can help companies that have no collection department or an understaffed one: For start-ups companies that don't have a collection division or adequate workers, a factoring company can offer a much needed service. Factoring can supply them with what they need for cash to survive and/or broaden by advancing cash for their invoices and then collecting them. The seller will certainly have to spend for these services, but it is well worth it for lots of companies.