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Projecting Your Success in Factoring

By reading the headline of this article one would assume that I will be expressing pearls of wisdom about how to become an instant success in the factoring industry. It’s really easy, right? All you need to do is to … Continue reading

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Fighting An Uphill Battle

Have you ever heard the saying that perception is reality? Although I’ve written tons of articles, spoken at numerous SBA and financing workshops while preaching the benefits of invoice factoring, I’m still amazed about how our industry is perceived in … Continue reading

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Invoice Factors and Banks

One of the most common slogans you’ll see on any factoring company’s website is how they are better than most banks in getting businesses working capital. Conventional thinking is that banks qualify prospective clients based on the financial stability of … Continue reading

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The Balancing Act of Factoring Invoices

In past articles I have addressed the need for understanding your client’s business as well as having a consistent set of policies and procedures to ensure you effectively manage the risk of factoring invoices. However, what happens when you run … Continue reading

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There Are No Shortcuts in the Factoring Business

By now most you have already heard about Facebook’s purchase of WhatsApp for 19 billion in stock, cash and incentives. Before this record purchase it was Instagram, YouTube and so forth down the line. Just a few months ago, another … Continue reading

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Credit Trends From Both Sides of the Deal

One the most important aspects in closing any new factoring deal is approving the credit quality of the account debtors. At the end of the day, these are the folks that will be paying you for the invoices your client … Continue reading

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Friction In The Factoring Industry

Have you ever heard the old saying, “Be careful what you wish for or you might just get it”? It usually refers to the downside of a casually expressed desire. This phrase definitely holds true for anyone who has funded … Continue reading

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A Factoring Thank You for 2012

What makes the factoring business enjoyable? Find out in our year end thank you. Wow, time flies and we are looking at closing out another year. Many articles this time of year tend to focus on reflection, comparing estimates to … Continue reading

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Is Your Factoring Business In It For The Long Run?

I realize this question may seem obvious to anyone who owns a factoring business. Every business owner wants to succeed and have their company flourish which is why we took the leap of faith in the first place. Sometimes however, … Continue reading

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Starting Your Own Factoring Business? It’s Your Call

At some point in our working lives many of us think about starting a business and being our own boss. The thought of working for yourself seems so attractive to many because you get the chance to pursue your dream, … Continue reading

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