What is Factoring Receivables?

Factoring Receivables is a type of financing where a business will sell its good invoices to a factoring company. Invoices can be sold on a recourse or non-recourse basis. Factoring Receivables is not bad debt collection.

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The Difference between Recourse and Non-recourse Factoring

The Difference between Recourse and Non-recourse Factoring

In the transportation sector, running a company comes with many challenges, but one of the biggest is managing the heart and soul of your business…
Invoice Factoring vs. Bank Loans: What’s the Difference?

Invoice Factoring vs. Bank Loans: What’s the Difference?

Every business needs capital to start and a steady influx of cash to keep running. If you have an established client base and regular positive…
Factoring for Small Business

Factoring for Small Business

Why Would A Small Business Use a Factoring Service? When your small or mid-sized business needs fast, flexible working capital financing, factoring companies provide needed…

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