Recourse Factoring vs Non-Recourse Factoring: Making the Right Choice

Posted by on Oct 24, 2017 in Non Recourse factoring | Comments Off on Recourse Factoring vs Non-Recourse Factoring: Making the Right Choice

Recourse Factoring vs Non-Recourse Factoring: Making the Right Choice

When making decisions, a company should consider all the potential short-term and long-term impacts on the business, not only to keep surviving on the market but also to succeed, grow and generate competitive advantages.  It is common, in the business world, for companies to seek funding solutions on a continuous basis so as to smoothly run their operations, fulfill their orders as well as maintain and gain market shares. Traditionally, a bank loan is the first option for working capital for a company. However, most companies are not eligible...

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Purchase Order Funding & Vendor Guarantees: Your Fast Way to Constant Working Capital

Posted by on Oct 13, 2017 in Purchase Order Financing, Trade Finance, Vendor Guarantee | Comments Off on Purchase Order Funding & Vendor Guarantees: Your Fast Way to Constant Working Capital

Purchase Order Funding & Vendor Guarantees: Your Fast Way to Constant Working Capital

Satisfied customers are vital for any company to survive in the business world. In order to keep your customers happy, you need not only to have impeccable service but also the required goods available just in time (JIT). If you are a product reseller or distributor and need capital to deliver a large purchase order, then Purchase Order Financing can be a solution to fuel your business, deliver your orders, and grow your business. PO funding gives you the ability to have goods available for your clients even before generating an invoice....

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Free On Board (FOB): A critical variable for the Purchase Order Financing of any shipped or imported goods

Posted by on Oct 9, 2017 in Manufacturer Financing, Purchase Order Funding | Comments Off on Free On Board (FOB): A critical variable for the Purchase Order Financing of any shipped or imported goods

Free On Board (FOB): A critical variable for the Purchase Order Financing of any shipped or imported goods

Free On Board is a trade term indicating whom of the seller or the buyer is liable for the goods while being shipped between the two parties. Usual reference to this is FOB. In most cases, the supplier pays the shipping costs. This includes the insurance costs and covering fees from the production point to the delivery destination. Once delivered, the buyer is responsible for the goods. What does the Free On Board involve? FOB defines the supply chain point where the seller relinquishes ownership of purchased goods and where the buyer accepts...

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Single Client AR Factoring: Your solution to cash flow problems

Posted by on Oct 9, 2017 in Business Tools, Client Concentration | Comments Off on Single Client AR Factoring: Your solution to cash flow problems

Single Client AR Factoring: Your solution to cash flow problems

The primary challenge of running any business is to keep a consistent cash flow running. In fact, some businesses are more vulnerable than others to cash flows problems. It’s a common dilemma for small and mid-sized companies as they usually find themselves lacking enough working capital to fill a second large order when they have already fulfilled the first one and awaiting payment. Even more problematic is companies that rely on one or two large clients for their revenues have limitations in their cash flow solutions. Often, they struggle...

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Accounts Receivable Financing for Staffing Firms & Payroll

Posted by on Sep 28, 2017 in Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring, Payroll Funding, Staffing Factoring | 0 comments

Accounts Receivable Financing for Staffing Firms & Payroll

As the US economy continues on its upward path, the demand for temporary staffing is growing even more rapidly. The staffing industry is projected to grow by 3% in 2017, according to a recent forecast by Staffing Industry Analysts, a global advisor on temporary and contingent work. Indeed, temporary staffing has grown as a percentage of overall employment in the US. Temporary staffing is predicted to grow 3% in 2018 to $126.8 billion with the overall staffing market likely to achieve 4% growth to reach $146.6 billion. Even more dramatic is the...

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