Category Archives: Factoring

Posts directly related to factoring.

The Sales vs. Underwriting Dilemma

I’ve written a bunch of articles about what to look for when funding a new client. Whether it’s proper notification or having an ironclad factoring agreement, you should always have a consistent set of due diligence procedures that adequately protects … Continue reading

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Why Factoring Works

Working capital-Every business needs it but at what cost? One of the main reasons why I enjoy working in the factoring business is that the concept is simple and easy to understand. Factoring companies provide businesses with working capital by … Continue reading

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Is Invoice Factoring Right for All Businesses?

So many authors, including myself, have written about the benefits of invoice factoring explaining how we help businesses in need of working capital. Just type something like, “benefits of invoice factoring” into your favorite search engine and you will find … Continue reading

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Asking the Right Factoring Questions

Everybody has an opinion as to how factoring works and the best method to fund deals. Many of the articles I’ve written in the past try to assist the broker and factor from both the sales and operational side of … Continue reading

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Audio: Funding options that are working today.

Adam Lomax, our Executive Vice-President and COO, recently discussed funding options for growing businesses (both startup and established businesses). The link below is that conversation which provides a helpful overview of what is working today to fuel business growth. A … Continue reading

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Routines Aren’t Always Good for Factoring

In the factoring business routines are common, but are they always positive? Avoid complacency. Learn 3 key invoice factoring strategies to implement post funding. Whether at work or in our personal lives routines seem a part of our daily existence. … Continue reading

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Understanding the Factoring Business

With so much information readily available at our fingertips it is really easy to take shortcuts when trying to learn about the factoring industry. Although the factoring business model is very straightforward, you still need to understand basics before you … Continue reading

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Surprises in the Factoring Industry Aren’t Always a Good Thing

When most of us hear the word surprise, it is usually associated with a good feeling that was unexpected. In the business world, surprises sometimes have a very different meaning that does not have the same good feeling associated with … Continue reading

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Focus and Keep It Simple in the Factoring Business

As much as I hate to admit it, I was never a fan of multi-tasking. Not in the factoring business or any industry. Unfortunately, in today’s texting, video conferencing, blogging and emailing business world you sometimes have no choice. Do … Continue reading

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The Factoring Business Notice of Assignment — Never Fund Without It

Real life scenario explains why factoring companies require a Notice of Assignment to fund business invoices. A few years ago we had a factoring business prospect referred to us from a broker that was affiliated with our company. The prospect … Continue reading

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