Factoring and Invoice Discounting

What to do when you need to use factoring or invoice discounting For the factoring and invoice discounting section contents please follow the links below to the relevant sections.

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    1. What Is Factoring And Invoice Discounting?

    Why Your Business Needs Cash – The Funding Gap.  Overtrading And The Advantage Of Flexible Funding. How Debtor Based Funding Works

    2. How Do Factoring And Invoice Discounting Work?

    What Is Factorable Debt? Advances. How Much Does It Cost? What Happens If You Suffer A Bad Debt? What Happens If Your Business Gets Into Difficulty? How Does Factoring And Invoice Discounting Differ?

    3. Why Use This Type Of Finance?

    4. How To Choose A Lender

    The Factoring And Invoice Discounting Market. What To Look Out For When Choosing A Lender. Services Offered. Advances. Charges. Efficiency Of Factoring Collections. Efficiency Of Operations. Ease Of Operation. Contract Terms And Notice. Other Security Or Personal Guarantees (‘Pgs’). Key Point Lender Comparison. How Not To Choose A Lender. Advice On Finding A Lender. Debtor Finance Enquiry Form.

    5. Using Factoring And Invoice Discounting In Practice

    The ‘Audit’ Process. Take On And Operation. Termination And Changing Lenders

    6. What Are The Alternatives To Factoring And Invoice Discounting?

    Block Discounting. Machinery Dealer Finance. Trade Finance. Trade Creditor Funding. Construction Contract Funding. Letters Of Credit And Loans Against Imports

    7. Factoring And Invoice Discounting Key Points

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