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Happy New Year From Ozarks Capital Funding

January 2nd, 2011 · No Comments

Many economists see a much better year ahead in 2011.   Careerbuilder.com reports that their job listings are up 22% for some sectors.  Unemployment claims are down according to the most recent reports.   There has even been an uptick in home sales. While we still have many challenges, including the huge fiscal deficits in both federal [...]

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Become Educated About Factoring

May 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

Invoice factoring is a great way to acquire working capital.  But before you begin the application process, you should become as educated as possible about what it entails before deciding if it’s the right financial tool for you to use.  That’s why we wrote the e-book “Accelerate Your Cash Flow With Invoice Factoring“. This factoring [...]

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Your Company In the Role of Banker

May 1st, 2010 · No Comments

Even though your company may manufacture products, distribute goods, or provider services, you will also be, in effect, a lending institution when you offer credit to your customers.  This is of course a normal practice.  In fact, to not do so would probably cost your company market share because your competitors most likely offer credit [...]

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Collateral

March 18th, 2010 · No Comments

When you go to the bank for a short term line of credit, chances are you’ll have to pledge some personal assets or at the minimum, offer a personal guarantee.  Such is not the case with invoice factoring. When you enter into a factoring arrangement, the funding source needs to make sure that the receivables [...]

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Factoring and Delinquent Payroll Taxes

March 13th, 2010 · No Comments

Many companies who would like to factor invoices as a way to acquire working capital may think that liens iimposed by the IRS from delinquent payroll taxes will impede their desires. While the factoring company must have a clear title to the receivables because that is their only collateral, the IRS will often subordinate their [...]

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Pulling the Trigger

February 1st, 2010 · No Comments

We get inquiries all the time from business owners concerned about the cash flow of their companies.  Many of them have limited knowledge about invoice factoring and we do our best to educate them.  We thoroughly explain the process of becoming a factoring client and assess their situation to determine if they a good candidate [...]

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Negotiating a New Factoring Contract

January 20th, 2010 · No Comments

Most factoring contracts last twelve months.  When taking on a new client, many factoring companies want to maximize their reserve and set a high fee structure.  This is because of the uncertainty a new client brings to the table, especially if they operate in an industry that has been struggling. Normally, the factoring contract renews [...]

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The Basics of Invoice Factoring

January 16th, 2010 · No Comments

Despite the fact that invoice factoring volume continues to grow each year, many business owners who desparately need working capital are unaware of this alternative form of financing. Factoring is the sale of a company’s business to business accounts receivable at a discount for immediate cash.  Note that the services rendered or products sold must [...]

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Creditworthiness of the Customer

January 3rd, 2010 · 1 Comment

The simple definition of invoice factoring is “the sale of a company’s accounts receivable from creditworthy customers for immediate cash“.    The key word here is creditworthy.  Factoring companies must feel confident that the receivables will be paid in a timely manner by the client’s customers consistently. Because of the intense competition in the factoring industry, [...]

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Gearing up for 2010

December 16th, 2009 · No Comments

We’re nearly at the end of another year.  They go by so fast!  Now it’s time for business planning in 2010.  As the eoconomy is starting to somewhat stabilize, many companies are anticipating growth once again. Where is the working capital going to come from to propel your company to the next level?  The credit [...]

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