Factoring

  • Cash Flow
    Improve your company's cash flow with accounts receivable funding, or factoring. You can sell your receivables at a discount and receive immediate cash in exchange. The factoring company will collect ....
  • Texas Financial Factoring
    Financial factoring offers non-traditional financing to businesses that are ready to grow and live up to their potential. If the only hindrance is variable cash flow because of too many accounts rece....
  • Factoring Lines Of Credit
    Many factoring banks combine certain elements of traditional banking with the decidedly different viewpoint and financing of factoring companies. Banks have been more conservative both in their prere....
  • Accounts Receivable Solutions
    Factoring can be a comprehensive financial package that uses accounts receivable bookkeeping and credit risk protection, and combines working capital/cash flow financing with collection services. Unt....
  • Working Capital
    The amount of working capital a business has often determines whether a deal will be successful or not. Ironically, it is not always when a company is in trouble that it is in dire need of capital. Of....
  • Texas Working Capital Financing
    The basic definition of working capital is current assets minus current liabilities. This simplistic definition does not hint at the complex management problems that are inherent in the concepts. To....
  • Factoring Quotes
    Online factors (factoring companies and banks) provide detailed information about their fees and interest rates, although variables relating to a specific business or industry can bring unknown elemen....
  • Invoice Factoring
    Invoice factoring is a commonly used practice whereby businesses can gain better control of their cash flow. While it used to be used mainly by companies who were in trouble, nowadays it's a short-ter....
  • Texas Accounts Receivable Financing
    The more successful a business becomes, the more cash it needs for working capital and a healthy cash flow. Cash is reinvested in the business in the form of inventory and fixed assets, yet these ess....
  • Purchasing Accounts Receivable
    When deciding whether or not to purchase accounts receivable, factoring companies look at your customers, whereas banks, with their more conservative background, look at you and your customers. Banks....