How BusinessCash looks at an Invoice Factoring or PO Funding Deal

Posted by Chris on Dec 4, 2014 in Invoice Factoring, Purchase Order Funding | 0 comments |

How BusinessCash looks at an Invoice Factoring or PO Funding Deal

BusinessCash is a forward-thinking invoice factoring and PO funding company.  You or your business’s limited credit is not the determining factor when a solution is devised for your working capital needs. BusinessCash is more concerned about where your business is going instead of where it’s been.  BusinessCash will want to get to know you and your business before funding your deal. Here are some questions that you can expect to answer and some reasons why these are important. BusinessCash will ask you what industry you’re in, who your...

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Factoring for Pallet Manufacturers

Posted by Chris on Apr 28, 2014 in Invoice Factoring | 0 comments |

Factoring for Pallet Manufacturers

For over 20 years, we have been helping fund pallet manufacturers and resellers throughout the United States. In facts, there are 1.8 billion pallets in service in the United States. They compose mainly of wood along with composite materials and plastics. At BusinessCash.com, we have a good understanding and also take pleasure in working with your business. Be it food grade, the standard 40×48 they use in the food industry, mineral fillers they put on pallets, import, and export. Whatever size you as a reseller, rebuilding or making...

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Account Receivables Factoring, PO Funding for the Firearms Industry

Posted by Chris on Apr 21, 2014 in Invoice Factoring, Purchase Order Financing | 0 comments |

Account Receivables Factoring, PO Funding for the Firearms Industry

Account receivables factoring, work in process funding, purchase order financing, and credit protection are all great funding options for the firearms industry. These funding options are based on your clients’ creditworthiness, not your own companies. This opens up funding to the unbankable because of IRS issues, concentration issues, start-ups, turnarounds, and other challenging situations.  You can receive up to 92% of the invoice amount within days of starting the application. You receive the remaining balance once your customer has...

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Financing for Beer, Wine and Spirits Wholesalers, Suppliers & Distributors

Posted by Chris on Jan 20, 2014 in Invoice Factoring | 0 comments |

Financing for Beer, Wine and Spirits Wholesalers, Suppliers & Distributors

Beer, wine and spirit distributors, wholesalers, and suppliers work with multiple companies across the US and the world. Businesses like Young’s Marketing Company and Southern Wine & Spirits leverage their sheer size to manage their working capital. How about the smaller guys?  What happens when they get their working money tied up in accounts receivables and inventory? Payment along the supply chain can get up to 30-60 days. What financing and funding opportunities are there as a smaller importer, distributor, supplier, or...

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Invoice Factoring and Credit Insurance

Posted by Chris on Jan 15, 2014 in Invoice Factoring | 0 comments |

Invoice Factoring and Credit Insurance

In today’s continually changing business world, traditional credit control practices are often not able to guarantee protection against loss or even bankruptcy.  Newer credit management tools such as credit insurance and invoice factoring are becoming the mainstream of today’s small business culture. This gives companies a way to maintain profitability and protection of Accounts Receivable. The accounts receivable can be the most vulnerable part of a business whether the company is small or large.  For example, most companies ensure...

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Purchase Order Funding vs Invoice Factoring

Posted by Chris on Feb 18, 2013 in Business Tools, Invoice Factoring, Purchase Order Funding | 0 comments |

For many business owners, cash flow can be a routine problem. It is no secret that businesses need cash to pay employees, buy supplies, and pay for shipping orders. So, where can a company get the funds it needs? Some try turning to purchase order funding instead of using invoice factoring. This is not always the best solution. Here is why. To begin, we must first understand that these are not the same. What is Invoice Factoring? Virtually any company that bills its creditworthy customers and clients can use Invoice factoring. However, it also...

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Is Cheap Invoice Factoring Available?

Posted by Chris on Dec 8, 2012 in Business Tools, Discount Factoring, Invoice Factoring, Non Recourse factoring, Recourse Factoring | 4 comments |

Is Cheap Invoice Factoring Available?

People who are looking to factor their invoices will probably have the same question: Is Cheap Invoice Factoring Available? Apart from the quick turnaround approval times and outright funding, what about the other side of the story? What about the fees that come along hand in hand with this convenience? What is Invoice Factoring? Before getting into the details, let’s first get into a brief overview of what Invoice Factoring is and how it works. Invoice Factoring is a financing option where you don’t have to worry about incurring more...

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Is Factoring Expensive?

Posted by Chris on Aug 24, 2012 in AR Funding, Business Tools, Invoice Factoring, Spot Factoring | 1 comment |

Is Factoring Expensive?

This is a great question, and the answer is maybe, if not used correctly. It can be expensive if not utilized correctly, or it can mean the death of your business if factoring is not available. Death would seem to be the highest expense possible. How do you use Invoice Factoring correctly? You use it to grow your business or save your business. Invoice Factoring is based on the assets you can generate, i.e., Invoices. It is different from a traditional lender where the amount of money you can access is based on your company’s existing...

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How to Factor?

Posted by Chris on Jun 28, 2012 in Business Tools, Invoice Factoring, Working Capital | 0 comments |

How to Factor?

How do you Factor your Invoices? What does it even mean to “Factor”? If you sell your products or services to credit worthy commercial or government customers and you give them terms of 20-90 days to pay the invoice you generated then Invoice Factoring could meet your working capital needs. If your are interested in learning how to factor your invoices, you have come to the right place. The Beauty of Factoring is: We can advance you up to 92% cash Give you a Free Credit Department! We love Start Up Companies Personal...

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What is Factoring?

Posted by Chris on Jun 12, 2012 in Business Tools, Invoice Factoring, Non Recourse factoring, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

What is Factoring?

Invoice Factoring is a financial transaction whereby a business sells its accounts receivable (invoices) to an Invoice Factoring Company at a slight discount. The Factor provides financing to the seller of the accounts in the form of a cash “advance,” often 75-92% of the purchase price of the accounts with the balance of the purchase price being paid. You receive the remaining balance once your customer has paid minus low-cost fees. Factoring differs from a bank loan in several ways. The emphasis is on the value of the receivables,...

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