Hardware Supplier Financing

Posted by Chris Curtin on Sep 2, 2014 in Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Hardware Supplier Financing

Confucius once said, “The strength of a nation derives from the integrity of the home”.  Americans are embracing this concept with home improvement expenditures achieving double-digit gains for the first half of 2014.  As the public holds onto homes for extended periods of time, they have graduated from simpler repairs to more encompassing renovation projects.  Informational television is contributing to the increasing scope of homeowner’s projects.  The popularity of home improvement television programming has catapulted HGTV to...

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Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing for Oil and Gas Vendors

Posted by Chris Curtin on Aug 21, 2014 in Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing for Oil and Gas Vendors

What do Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Wyoming, and North Dakota have in common? They were all recently cited as six of the top 10 fastest-growing states in the country. Additionally, all of them can name domestic oil and natural gas production as a component of their success. These states join Alaska and California in fueling our country. “Increased oil and gas supplies will bring an economic renaissance to the United States,” petroleum economist Philip Verleger declared recently. “Energy independence, once...

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Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing and Government Contracts

Posted by Chris Curtin on Jan 3, 2014 in Government Factoring, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Many businesses view government contracts as fantastic opportunities. Government is very likely to pay for any job they contract out. These types of contract include local, state and federal government contracts. Working with the government can be challenging at the same time. Often, these government contracts can require a large amount of cash to start the job. Projects for these government contact are large scale. You will need sufficient cash to cover for operational cost, payroll, raw material or other expenses that can be a problem for...

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Invoice Factoring-Factoring of Your Accounts Receivable

Posted by Chris Curtin on Aug 2, 2012 in Business Tools, Credit & Collection, Non Recourse factoring, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Invoice Factoring-Factoring of Your Accounts Receivable

One of the more perplexing issues in business ownership is that as business sales decrease, cash flow gets better (in the short term). You put out less money now as the accounts receivables are collected from previous robust sales. However, as times get better and sales increase; labor and materials need payment, for now, accounts receivables balloon and a new cash crunch begin. In this situation, Invoice Factoring or the Factoring of your Accounts Receivable can help. Accounts receivable financing through invoice factoring allows you to...

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Invoice Factoring-Factoring of your AR

Posted by Chris Curtin on Jun 15, 2012 in Business Tools, Credit & Collection, Non Recourse factoring, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Invoice Factoring-Factoring of your AR

One of the more perplexing issues in business ownership is that as business sales decrease, cash flow gets better. You put out less money now as the AR is collected from previous robust sales. However, as times get better and sales increase; labor and materials need the payment, for now, accounts receivables balloon and a new cash crunch begin. In this situation, Invoice Factoring or the Factoring of your Accounts Receivable can help. Accounts receivable financing through invoice factoring allows you to convert your existing invoices into cash...

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What is Factoring?

Posted by Chris Curtin 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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What is AR Factoring?

Posted by Chris Curtin on Jun 1, 2012 in AR Funding, Business Tools, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Accounts Receivable Factoring (AR Factoring) is the selling of your Invoices to a Factoring Company. It is not a loan like a line of credit from a bank but the sale of an asset (Your Invoices) to a third party Invoice Factoring Company. Many terms and abbreviations are used to describe the same transaction, such as AR Factoring, AR Funding, Accounts Receivable Financing, Invoice Factoring, etc. However, they all mean the same thing. The option of factoring is excellent because it ends the practice of waiting 30-60 days before receiving...

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