Jan Ziegler

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What Is Accounts Receivable Financing Based On?

Posted by Jan Ziegler on Fri, Jul 11, 2014

An accounts receivable is a transaction between two businesses whereby one business sells to another on terms. Payment terms can vary depending on the party’s agreement, but net 30 is typical. An accounts receivable (invoice) is sent to the buyer once the seller delivers the product/service. This invoice becomes an asset of the sellers business and can be sold in exchange for cash. Accounts receivable financing allows the seller to get a high advance in the form of cash, immediately by selling the receivable to a third party. This is called Accounts Receivable financing.

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Tags: Invoice Financing, Invoice Factoring, Accounts Receivable Factoring

Factoring Finance

Posted by Jan Ziegler on Mon, Apr 28, 2014

Factoring is a way to finance a business that is in need of cash flow and/or experiencing growth. Factoring provides immediate cash in exchange for invoices. Factoring is the purchase of accounts receivable giving businesses control over how and when they can grow without creating debt on their balance sheet. Usually taking 7-10 business days for the initial funding, factoring can be set up for a business in a few simple steps.   

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Tags: AR Funding, Online Factoring, Invoice Discounting

Small Business Factoring

Posted by Jan Ziegler on Tue, Feb 04, 2014

Small Business Factoring is an excellent tool for business owners, especially ones that are not yet qualifying for traditional bank financing. Small Business Factoring helps maintain cash flow for the general expenses of a start-up, funding for growth, and can also function as receivable management support for a company with a small staff.

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Tags: Cash Flow, Small Business Factoring, Invoice Funding

Finding the Best Factoring Companies for your Business

Posted by Jan Ziegler on Wed, Nov 20, 2013

Taking an advance against your invoice(s) creates cash flow for your business. Factoring is a tool that many business owners use to expedite growth and smooth out cash crunches, among a variety of other reasons!

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Tags: Factoring Services, Factoring Companies, Small Business Factoring

Non-Recourse Factoring vs Recourse Factoring – What’s the difference?

Posted by Jan Ziegler on Tue, Nov 05, 2013

Recourse vs. Non- Recourse Factoring – What’s the difference?

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Tags: Factoring Companies, Recourse Factoring, Non Recourse Factoring