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Government Factoring : Gulfport, MS

Working with companies in Gulfport who deal with the globes largest customer takes a specialized set of skills. At Invoice Advance we understand the intricacies and subtleties of billing various government agencies. Government Factoring is one of our prime areas of expertise. Our factoring specialists have years of experience working with businesses that supply goods or services to local, state and federal agencies.

The Assignment of Claims Act (31 U.S.C.3727) used in conjunction with Invoice Advance empowers government contractors in Mississippi to bid on project after project with the full confidence of knowing they will have unfettered cash flow. Government factoring gives you the flexibility and peace of mind you have been seeking.

What are you waiting for —

  • No Cost Application - Complimentary Quote
  • No hidden fees, WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get)
  • High advance rates, up to 95%+
  • Very competitive, "simple" to understand professional fee structure
  • You're in the driver's seat, freedom to pick and choose what government client(s) and invoices to factor
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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