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Working Capital, Debtor Finance
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has been a major component of business capital raising since the 1700s. Since then it has survived economic booms, recessions, and depressions. Nowadays, businesses often have misconceptions about, or overlook completely, how they can benefit from Debtor Finance. One of these misunderstandings is that only a financially weak company would factor their book debts. While that occasionally happens, Debtor Finance is more often than not done by companies who are focused on growth. These are the businesses that need improved cash flow so that they can receive discounts from suppliers, prepare their inventory for peak seasons, upgrade ...
Business factoring is a commercial transaction involving a seller, a debtor and a factor. In this arrangement, a business sells its accounts receivables or collectibles to a factoring company at a lower rate. The money is often used by the business to finance the company. Retailers or cash trading companies cannot undertake factoring. Factoring ordinarily serves the traders. Small enterprises typically have unpaid invoices from larger businesses they do business with everyday. These suppliers usually avail of factoring arrangement to raise cash. Factoring offers the seller or company ... Read More
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WORKING CAPITAL, DEBTOR FINANCE
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Survive and Thrive: Working Capital