>What is factoring?

What is factoring?

Factoring is the sale of accounts receivable at a discount. It’s often used interchangeably with several other terms including invoice factoring, receivables factoring, invoice financing, or receivables financing. All the terms effectively mean the same thing – the sale of a company’s receivables to provide short term working capital funding.

To qualify for factoring, a company’s customers typically need to be another business or the government. It’s used in many industries including transportation, staffing, distribution, consumer and enterprise products, and business services, to name just a few. Companies in all stages of growth, from startup to Fortune 500, use factoring to improve cash flow.

For a detailed explanation of factoring check out our Invoice Factoring 101 guide.

2016-06-25T20:52:06-07:00 0 Comments

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