Accounts Receivables Factoring

 

Accounts Receivables are a dead asset. Waiting for your customers to pay the invoices is, in essence, extending them a free credit line. Whether your customers are credit worthy or just getting by, you are at the mercy of your customers cash flow and is being held financially captive.

Factoring is a method for a company to increase its cash flow, reduce overhead, establish increased cash flow to pay its own bills, increase inventory and maintain a greater daily balance sheet or pay suppliers to ensure a good credit rating. Factoring is a useful tool in the hands of a smart and success-driven executive.