Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Different Uses and Purposes for Spot Factoring

Unlike the traditional type, spot factoring involves only the specifically chosen invoice. In this type of financing service, the company has the liberty to choose which and when the invoice will be subject to a factor. Furthermore, it can also be classified to be with recourse or non recourse. The former puts the risk of non-collection from customers to you… (more…)

Adjectives That Should Describe Your Single Invoice Finance Provider

Single invoice factoring is nothing alien to most business people. Although relatively new compared to other modes of financing, it has already gained popularity due to its certain features. To name a few, here is a list below: Ease, simplicity and speed of acquiring the needed funds. Prevention of losses from possible doubtful accounts. Early collection of long receivables whose… (more…)

Other Funding Options When Your Application for a Commercial Business Loan Has Been Denied

Businesses will always need funds for their operations, projects and other ventures. We know that for sure. At the same time, we know for a fact that these funds are not always readily available. Sometimes they are locked up in customer invoices. Others are invested in stocks or in other corporate assets. And in certain cases, there is simply a… (more…)