Invoice Factoring Articles

They all have similar-sounding names, but invoice factoring, invoice financing and invoice discounting are all slightly different. Which is right for you?

Staffing agencies can face cash flow problems as they wait for client payment. Invoice factoring can be a solution to help staffing companies make payroll and pay other expenses.

Inventory financing vs invoice factoring
October 31, 2017
  |   Updated: November 1, 2017

Inventory financing and invoice factoring both help businesses with cash flow, but in slightly different ways. Learn which is best for your business.

How does payroll funding work?
October 30, 2017
  |   Updated: November 1, 2017

What is payroll funding or factoring? If your small business cash flow is squeezed by unpaid invoices, financing your payroll could be the solution.

Trucking factoring: Sell your invoices and get back on the road
October 30, 2017
  |   Updated: October 31, 2017

Trucking factoring — a finance tool that lets transportation companies sell their invoices at a discount — can improve your business’s cash flow.

9 industries served by specialty invoice factoring companies
October 26, 2017
  |   Updated: October 30, 2017

Invoice factoring can improve cash flow for businesses in a variety of different industries. Here are nine of them.

How government invoice factoring improves cash flow for contractors
October 25, 2017
  |   Updated: October 30, 2017

Government invoice factoring can help contractors improve cash flow while waiting to be paid by the government. Here’s how it works.

A complete guide to medical receivables factoring
October 23, 2017
  |   Updated: November 6, 2017

Medical receivables factoring helps health care businesses increase cash flow. Learn how health care factoring can work for your business or organization.

Cash advances and invoice factoring can give your business quick access to capital — at a cost. Understand the risks and benefits of these transactions.

When invoice factoring, who is responsible for unpaid invoices depends on a recourse or nonrecourse arrangement. Read the small print.

Small businesses can bank on their outstanding accounts receivable using your customers’ credit as your collateral for a loan with invoice financing. Here’s what you need to know when you approach a bank for operating cash.