Archives for September 2010

How Factoring Brokers Earn Fees

With numerous factoring courses and factoring books available online, many people wonder just how factoring brokers earn their fees. While factoring commissions are paid in a variety or ways, there are some standards to start with. … [Read more...]

Advantages of Factoring

There are many factoring uses in today’s market for both small and large businesses. With cash flow a key to survival and growth, here are some factoring pros to keep in mind when comparing to traditional bank loans. … [Read more...]

What is Non-Recourse Factoring?

The most popular form of invoice financing is “non-recourse” factoring, accounting for roughly 85% of all factoring transactions. Just like the name implies, the client is not financially obligated to the factoring company in the event an approved and funded invoice is not paid. … [Read more...]

What is Recourse Factoring?

When looking for a Factoring company it is helpful to understand if their funding methods are “recourse” or “non-recourse” factoring. With recourse factoring the company selling the invoices (the client) is basically guaranteeing the invoice will be paid in full. … [Read more...]