How to Factor Invoices on Small Margins

You probably have heard the many benefits of factoring receivables but may have thought it's only viable for those companies with large profit margins. Well, you might be surprised to know that many companies with small profit margins are benefiting from factoring also. For example let us say that you are only making a 3% profit on your product and the factoring fee is also 3%. … [Read more...]

Is a Factoring Career Right for You?

Earning $50,000 - $250,000 per year? Full-Time, Part-Time, or even Spare Time! Today's Credit Crisis can be Your Opportunity for Wealth! To say times are tough would be … [Read more...]

Why Yahoo Hot Jobs Names Factoring Broker as a Top 10 Profession for 2009!

A Factor you say! A what? Didn't you study those in algebra? While this career is fairly foreign to most folks, it is quickly becoming a very "Hot" opportunity, since bank loans are hard to come by. … [Read more...]

How To Make Money and Earn Fees in the Cash Flow Business!

Many people have heard about the cash flow industry but don't really know how the average person can profit from it. There are basically three methods for handling the fees paid to cash flow brokers or consultants, as follows: Referral Fee Establish Your Own Fee Set Commission Fee 1. Referral Fee Pros: Very Little Paperwork/Time. Cons: Typically smaller commissions. Cash Flows: Just about any cash flow can be "referred." The Referral Fee structure is the easiest, particularly if you already have a full time job and you have limited extra hours in the day. With the Referral Fee structure you simply find a deal and refer it on to a Funder or Master Consultant that accepts referrals. For the most part, you have no or … [Read more...]

Factoring Demand Increases as Big Business Takes Longer to Pay

Dealing with cash flow strain in a struggling economy, big business is taking longer to pay on invoices. The average time to pay bills is up 5% to 55.8 days for companies with sales over $5 billion, as reported by the Wall Street Journal in Big Firms Are Quick to Collect, Slow to Pay. … [Read more...]

Investor Spotlight: It’s Not Just Construction Factoring with Quantum Corporate Funding

Factoring account receivables is helping businesses through these tough economic conditions opening the door to earning opportunities for cash flow consultants. FactoringInvestor (FI) caught up with Howard Chernin (HC) to fill us in on the accounts receivable funding business. … [Read more...]

How to Be a Small Business Factoring Specialist!

Dash Point Financial has become a well-known specialist in small business factoring with over 15 years of industry success. Factoring Investor (FI) asked Jeff Callender, founder and president, to share some information on working with his company. … [Read more...]

Small Factor Series – 6 Essential eBooks for Factors and Consultants

The Small Factor Series is a powerful how-to system for anyone wanting to make money with small invoice factoring and accounts receivable financing. This complete package contains the following 6 eBooks available for instant download. Factoring Fundamentals How You Can Make Large Returns in Small Receivables Are you seeking dependable income with the hours you choose from any location you want? This introductory volume in The Small Factor Series, shows how you can make middle to high double digit annualized returns no matter how much you invest! Gain access to all the information a newcomer to factoring needs to know when starting out in this remarkable investment. Read More... Factoring Small Receivables  How To Make Money in Little … [Read more...]

Factoring Top Ten

The Top 10 ebooks provide keen insight to particular aspects of factoring that every newcomer must learn, and every veteran will appreciate. These four eBooks are available for purchase individually at $9.95 each or buy all 4 as a bundle for only $29.95 (buy 3 get 1 free)! These are Instant Downloads -- order them now, have them in seconds! Top 10 Insights about Factoring Prospects ($9.95) by Jeff Callender Questions to Ask and Truisms to Remember When Considering Potential Clients Choosing which prospects to approve and which to decline is one of the most important decisions you make as a factor. These 10 insights provide a perspective and understanding of just where you really do (and don't) want to invest your money and time. Filled … [Read more...]