Slow Paying Clients?

Forget the 30 day wait...what about the 45, the 60, and the 90 day customers? Let's face it – some (otherwise great) customers take a long time to pay — even many international 'A' credit companies demand 60 and 90 day terms from their vendors and suppliers. What is a business to do?

Business is Cash Flow.

Don't fool yourself thinking waiting on payment is OK. Simply put, every day you wait on payment you're losing money; you're losing opportunity; and if you're losing, your competitor is winning.

You may have a million dollars in receivables (due in 30 days), but in the meantime you have hungry employees and demanding suppliers; they don't work well with tomorrow's promises, and if you want to count on them, you must count on cash flow. A smart business insures a reliable and consistent source of working capital.

Invoice Factoring

Do you want to focus on tomorrow's business or chase yesterday's paper? When you hire Invoice Advance, we make the decision easy — you grow your company; and we'll provide you the working capital you need. It may be the perfect match. Salt and pepper, eggs and bacon, peanut butter and jelly, bread and butter... well nearly everything with butter. Yes, Invoice Advance is the butter of industry, and we want to butter up your business today.

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How Factoring Works:
The Factoring Cycle:

You sell a product, and or a service to your client.

That's all she wrote; repeat "The Factoring Cycle" as often as needed.

You invoice your client, and submit a copy of the invoice(s) to Factor.

Once paid, the Factor pays you the remaining 10-30% (less service fees).

Factor then verifies the authenticity of the invoice(s) submitted.

Factor will now wait on payment of invoice(s) from your client.

Once verified, Factor will fund 70 – 90% of invoice(s) face value.

The Factoring Cycle:

You sell a product, and or a service to your client.

Step 2:

You invoice your client, and submit a copy of the invoice(s) to Factor.

Step 3:

Factor then verifies the authenticity of the invoice(s) submitted.

Step 4:

Once verified, Factor will fund 70 – 90% of invoice(s) face value.

Step 5:

Factor will now wait on payment of invoice(s) from your client.

Step 6:

Once paid, the Factor pays you the remaining 10-30% (less service fees).

Step 7:

That's all she wrote; repeat "The Factoring Cycle" as often as needed.

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