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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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Peel Some Layers Before Funding Invoices

You’ve read the books, attended the training classes and finally have landed your first real prospect. They are eager to get started factoring their invoices and you can’t wait to get this deal closed. Whether you are working as a … Continue reading

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The Straight Truth About Invoice Factoring

Whenever you hear someone say they are going to give you the straight truth about a person or particular subject it usually isn’t good news. In a world where we are inundated with posts, tweets and instantaneous information it’s very … Continue reading

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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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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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Best of How to Start a Factoring Business

Over the past few years I’ve written several articles about starting your own factoring business. Much of the information referred to resources, capital, due diligence and general topics related to the asset based lending industry. To this day I am … 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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Listen and Learn — Insights to The Factoring Industry

After reading the title to this piece one would think that I have some great pearls of wisdom to dispense on one of the many facets about the factoring industry. Sorry, this isn’t going to be a tutorial on marketing … Continue reading

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Getting In the Factoring Business — Part 2

Three important questions you will want answered before starting a factoring business as a broker, consultant, or funding company. Over that last year I’ve had the privilege and pleasure of writing several articles for Factoring Investor on the topic of … 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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