Understanding Factoring Rates

Posted by on Jan 24, 2016 in Alternative Financing, AR Funding, Discount Factoring, Government Factoring, Staffing Factoring | 0 comments

What is the key to Understanding Factoring Rates?  Many business owners attempt to compare APR interest rates to invoice factoring rates. The problem is twofold. One, the best factoring company’s rates include Accounts Receivable Management, Credit Services and Credit Protection and two, a bank only helps the most creditworthy company with typically 3 years of proven profitability. We now explain the basic factoring process in simple terms for you to understand how it works and what it would...

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What is Discount Factoring?

Posted by on Dec 10, 2012 in Business Tools, Discount Factoring, Non Recourse factoring, Recourse Factoring, Spot Factoring | 0 comments

What is Discount Factoring? Discount Factoring, also knows as recourse factoring provides your business with versatile and immediate cash that will give you the funds to grow, restructure, take advantage of supplier discounts or even to fund payroll. Your company probably needs more cash flow to support seasonal demands, growth, and more. Discount factoring is used by many large well-known companies. It is less expensive than traditional factoring, but, like traditional factoring, it is less...

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Is Cheap Invoice Factoring Available?

Posted by on Dec 8, 2012 in Business Tools, Discount Factoring, Invoice Factoring, Non Recourse factoring, Recourse Factoring | 2 comments

Is Cheap Invoice Factoring Available? YES! The factoring industry is flourishing right now helping small businesses expand their operations and ease cash flow issues. With all the competition among discount factoring companies rates have gone rock bottom. In fact we can offer .69-1.59% 30-Day rates! YES, now that IS cheap and gives your small business a viable option to maintain working capital, land those large contracts and keep your payroll current. There has never been a better time to...

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