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In tough economic times, loans can be hard to find, especially for start-ups and struggling companies. But if a business has customers with reliable payment histories, another source of financing is available: factoring, or trading invoices for cash. At its root, factoring is not terribly complicated. Three parties are involved: a business, a debtor, and a factoring company. The business provides a product or service and issues an invoice to its “debtor” or customer. The factoring company (or simply the “factor,” an old synonym for “agent”) buys the invoice from the business and eventually ...
In difficult times it’s often the weakest who suffer, and in business terms that means the small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs). For many the incipient recession has added to what was already a difficult situation. Sometimes because the wheels of large organisations turn slowly, and sometimes simply through a lack of care – the days sales outstanding (DSO) quite regularly tip into 80 plus. It’s not hard to see that if you’re a small business, a figure as high as this can easily have disastrous effects on cash flow. In fact, stagnant cash flow leads to the collapse of a quarter of ... Read More
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