Guides & Articles on Factoring

Business Factoring Companies Basics

Find information to help you understand invoice factoring companies

Although big businesses have been using factoring businesses for years, small business factoring is relatively new. There are many companies offering factoring services that now cater to small- and medium-sized businesses. Therefore small businesses need to learn all they can about business factoring companies’ basics so they are prepared to find the right factoring company...


Business Factoring Companies

Get cash for growth by using accounts receivable factoring.

In any small business, there comes a moment when thing are going great -- orders pour in, production is humming, everyone is working overtime to meet deadlines -- and cash gets tight. A pile of invoices is great, but it means money in 90 days at best.Small business factoring companies fill the gap, buying invoices at discount for ready cash now. Also known as accounts receivable...


California Factoring Companies

Use California factoring companies to boost your bottom line

Factoring companies in California buy your accounts receivable and advance you a percentage of the money. You receive the balance when the customer pays the invoice minus a fee. If your business has grown so much that your accounts receivable are much larger than your cash on hand, now’s the time to look for a California receivables factoring company that will buy your...


Credit Card Receivables Pricing and Costs

Know the cost of obtaining funds through credit card factoring

Credit card receivable financing is an alternative method of securing working capital. When you use this type of funding, you are selling a portion of your future sales, determined by credit card receivable factoring, to a provider. The benefit is that people who can't get traditional financing can get this type of funding. The downside is that it costs more than traditional...


Credit Card Receivables

Obtain business capital through credit card receivable financing

Credit card receivables, also known as credit card factoring, is a viable source of financing to small businesses unable to receive traditional loans. Credit card receivable services take a look at a business's credit card sales to determine its feasibility, then advance capital based on predicted future credit card sales. Unlike traditional lenders, providers of credit...


Factoring Broker

Make money as a factoring broker by matching invoice holders with funding sources

A factoring broker makes money by connecting a business that wants to sell accounts receivables, or invoices, at a discount so it can reinvest the proceeds elsewhere, with a buyer for the receivables. The buyer will offer the business a discounted sum after considering the payment history on the receivables, the payer's credit and the value of the receivables.One reason...


Invoice Factoring Basics

Everything you need to know about the basics of the factoring business

A factoring company buys your invoices in exchange for a certain amount of money. This allows you to continue running your business. If you have to wait for your creditors to pay you, it could be 30, 60 or even 90 days before you see any cash. With invoice factoring--also called accounts receivable factoring--you get a percentage of the money immediately and the balance, minus a...


Invoice Factoring Key Terms

Learn more about invoice factoring key terms and help your business grow

When your invoices or accounts receivable exceed your cash on hand by a large amount, it may be time for you to consider invoice factoring. Getting a loan is difficult for new businesses. Factoring companies will buy your invoices and give you an advance on them. They take a percentage of the invoices as their fee when the invoice is paid and pay you the difference. Make sure you...


Software for Factoring

Use commercial software for factoring to manage your receivables effectively

Commercial factoring software can streamline receivables whether your primary business is factoring or you choose to use a factoring program to sell the company's receivables. When a company has a need for immediate cash flow, a factoring program may be the best alternative. Factoring allows your company to sell any receivables for close to their full value and not have to...