account receivable financing


  • Article:  Account receivable financing-
    Provides Alternative Source of Working Capital
  • Whether you are a machinist operating out of a garage or a
    staffing company placing hundreds of workers in the largest  firms,
    you undoubtedly face cash flow dilemmas from time to time.
      
    The uncomfortable ritual of making incoming cash receipts
    stretch to cover short term obligations frustrates even the
    most seasoned business managers.

    In recent years, an increasing number of companies 
    have discovered that account receivable financing can combat the ups
    and downs of unpredictable cash flow cycles.
      More importantly,
    factors are providing the small business community with a viable
    source of working capital when conventional financing is not always an option.

    account receivable financing

    Currently, several billion dollars in account receivables are
    factored in the United States each year.

    Historically, the bulk of account receivable financing was predominately in the textile,
    furniture and apparel industries.
      Today, account receivable factoring 

    firms are working with all types of industries, including: manufacturers,
    service providers, transportation companies and high technology firms.
     
    as growing firms continue to prosper,
    suppliers and contractors are looking for additional sources of working capital
    to accommodate increased sales volume.
     
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  • The overall increase in account receivable financing volume
    is mainly attributed to the credit crunch in the late 80s.
     
    As the availability of bank commercial credit tightens, more businesses

  • look towards alternative sources of financing to achieve growth.
  • Account receivable financing companies can help those firms that banks often find difficult
    to approve such as start-up companies whose growth outstrips cash.
     
    The primary focus in a account receivable financing relationship is the credit-worthiness
    of the customers being invoiced and the client’s ability to produce
    a quality product or service.
       Simply put, if the business has an
    acceptable product or service that it provides to a creditworthy
    customer then the business is a candidate for account receivable financing  .

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  • The noun account has 10 senses (first 10 from tagged texts)                                      
  • 1. (564) account, business relationship -- (a formal contractual relationship established
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    executive who handled his account")
    2. (212) report, account -- (the act of informing by verbal report; "he heard reports that they were causing trouble"; "by all
    accounts they were a happy couple")
  • 5. (43) account, accounting, account statement -- (a statement of recent transactions and the resulting balance;
    "they send me an accounting every month")
  • 7. (19) bill, account, invoice -- (an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered; "he paid his bill and left"; "send me an account of what I owe")

    receivable -- (awaiting payment; "accounts receivable")

     
  • Sense 1
  • receivables -- (money that you currently expect to receive from notes or accounts)
  •     receivable-> assets -- (anything of material value or usefulness that is owned by a person or company)
  •        receivable-=> share, portion, part, percentage -- (assets belonging to or due to or contributed by an individual person or group; "he wanted his share in cash")
  •      receivable-  => tax base -- (collective value of taxable assets)
  •        => receivables -- (money that you currently expect to receive from notes or accounts)
  •       receivable- => crown jewel -- (the most desirable assets of a corporation; "their crown jewels figured prominently in the takeover attempt")
  •       receivable- => deep pocket -- (a source of substantial wealth (usually plural); "a patron of the arts should have deep pockets")
  •        receivable-=> reserve assets -- (capital held back from investment in order to meet probable or possible demands)
  •       receivable- => 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")
  •   accounts receivable -- (a creditor's accounts of money owed to him; normally arise from the sale of products or services)
  •       receivable- => liquid assets, current assets, quick assets -- (assets in the form of cash (or easily convertible into cash))
  •       receivable- => investment, investment funds -- (money that is invested with an expectation of profit)
  •       receivable- => equity -- (the difference between the market value of a property and the claims held against it)
  •      receivable-  => 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")
  •        receivable-=> material resource -- (assets in the form of material possessions)
  •       receivable- => capital -- (wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value)
  •      receivable-  => capital, working capital -- (assets available for use in the production of further assets)
  •        receivable-=> funds, finances, monetary resource, cash in hand, pecuniary resource -- (assets in the form of money)
  •       receivable- => hole card -- (any assets that are concealed until they can be used advantageously)
  •       receivable- => credit -- (money available for a client to borrow)
  •      receivable-  => overage -- (a surplus or excess of money or merchandise that is actually on hand and that exceeds expectations)
  •      receivable-  => accounts receivable -- (a creditor's accounts of money owed to him; normally arise from the sale of products or services)           

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    of an integer or polynomial into factors such that when multiplied together they give the integer or polynomial) =>
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    factoring -- ((mathematics) the resolution of an integer or polynomial into factors such that when multiplied
    together they give the integer or polynomial) => resolution, resolving -- (analysis into clear-cut components).
    1 sense of financing                                                    
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  • Sense 1
  • financing, funding -- (the act of financing)
  •     -> financing  -- (the commercial activity of providing funds and capital)
  •        => corporate financing -- (the financial activities of corporation)
  •        => financing, funding -- (the act of financing)
  •        => high financing  -- (large and complex financial transactions (often used with the implication that those individuals or institutions who engage in them are ))
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  • How Does Account Receivable
    Financing Work?

     

    1. What is account receivable financing?

    Account receivable financing consists
    of converting a company’s accounts
    receivable into cash by selling invoices
    to a factoring company at a discount.

    Account Receivable financing is
    a valuable financing option for companies
    who are just starting out or who
    are experiencing a period of rapid growth.

    Because account receivable financing 
    companies rely on being paid by your customers,
    your
    own financial history does not have
    any bearing on your qualification.

    Most importantly, account receivable
    financing allows your company
    to stop worrying about cash flow
    and start focusing on what really matters
    in a business — operating it.

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