Account Receivable Factoring

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 What the Account Receivable  Factoring  Business Looks for
In order to expedite the funding transaction with you and the factoring of account business company, it is important that all the paperwork is filled out completely. With this in mind, the following are lists of what a factor looks for to proceed with your funding process:

The difference between account receivable factoring service and other sources of financing is that the factor actually purchases and tracks commercial invoices.  In addition to providing immediate cash on invoices, the factoring services company performs valuable credit analysis on new and existing customers and conducts professional, routine follow up on invoices as they become due.  

 

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account receivable -- (money that you currently expect to receive from notes or accounts)

    -> assets -- (anything of material value or usefulness that is owned by a person or company)

       => share, portion, part, percentage -- (assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; "he wanted his share in cash")

       => tax base account receivable -- (collective value of taxable assets)

       => receivables -- (money that you currently expect to receive from notes or accounts)

       => crown jewel  account receivable-- (the most desirable assets of a corporation; "their crown jewels figured prominently in the takeover attempt")

       => deep pocket -- (a source of substantial wealth (usually plural); "a patron of the arts should have deep pockets")

 

 

 

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Setting up a account receivable factoring service relationship is quick and easy in comparison to other forms of financing.  Applications simply call for basic company information and a customer list.  Years of profitability are not required which makes account receivable factoring services an option for startups generating receivables.  It is possible that funding can occur in as little as a couple of days after the receipt of the application and invoices.

 

account receivable factoring  benefits are:

 

 

 

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       => reserve assets -- (capital held back from investment in order to meet probable or possible demands)

       => sum, sum of money, amount, amount of money -- (a quantity of money; "he borrowed a large sum"; "the amount he had in cash was insufficient")

       => resource -- (available source of wealth; a new or reserve supply that can be drawn upon when needed)

       => intangible, intangible asset -- (assets that are saleable though not material or physical)

       => liquid assets, current assets, quick assets account receivable-- (assets in the form of cash (or easily convertible into cash))

       => investment, investment funds account receivable-- (money that is invested with an expectation of profit)

       => equity  account receivable-- (the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it)

       => security, protection -- (defense against financial failure; financial independence; "his pension gave him security in his old age"; "insurance provided protection against loss of wages due to illness")

       => material resource -- (assets in the form of material possessions)

       => capital  account receivable-- (wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value)

       => capital, working capital -- (assets available for use in the production of further assets)

       => funds, finances, monetary resource, cash in hand, pecuniary resource -- (assets in the form of money)

       => hole card  account receivable-- (any assets that are concealed until they can be used advantageously)

       => credit  account receivable-- (money available for a client to borrow)

       => overage -- (a surplus or excess of money or merchandise that is actually on hand and that exceeds expectations)

       => accounts receivable -- (a creditor's accounts of money owed to him; normally arise from the sale of products or services)

 

Depending on the agreement, businesses can pick and choose which invoices they wish to sell to the factoring service  business, who immediately advances eighty percent or more of the face value of the invoices.  The balance of the funds, less the discount fee, is released once the invoice is collected.