The purchase of accounts receivables at a discount.The factor is a person or business that pays immediate cash (up to 80...
 Not a loan – sale of an asset Faster to fund than traditional loans Non dependent on credit rating Non dependent on a...
 The more the following applies, the more factoring will be beneficial:  Have trouble paying operating   expenses  Comp...
Example:Estimated Factor Rate: 3%Invoice Amount: $100.00Fund: $80.00Remaining: $17.00Fee: $3.00
The  rate is way too highDecrease profit margin, why would someone pay the factor rate and cash in less?Only struggling...
 Complete   and Current Customer Listing –  includes Primary contact and telephone  number. This is necessary to determin...
 Any  type of debt or general obligation  that is not collateralized by a lien on  specific assets of the borrower in the...
 No  collateral is needed to secures  the funds Repaying on your UBF helps you to  strengthen or build your credit  hist...
 small businesses with little assets  and no property depend on loan  options that are unsecured. Small businesses also ...
 user and password from  tcmonitor.com Article of Incorporation 3 years of tax return A complete UBF application form
Please call for the latest information orchanges regarding our account receivable factoring and unsecured business loans. ...
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  1. 1. The purchase of accounts receivables at a discount.The factor is a person or business that pays immediate cash (up to 80%) for business receivables
  2. 2.  Not a loan – sale of an asset Faster to fund than traditional loans Non dependent on credit rating Non dependent on assets Startups ok Strengthens balance sheet Unlimited capital
  3. 3.  The more the following applies, the more factoring will be beneficial:  Have trouble paying operating expenses  Company is growing  Company is young  Company is small to mid-size  Company sells to larger companies
  4. 4. Example:Estimated Factor Rate: 3%Invoice Amount: $100.00Fund: $80.00Remaining: $17.00Fee: $3.00
  5. 5. The rate is way too highDecrease profit margin, why would someone pay the factor rate and cash in less?Only struggling businesses utilize factoring
  6. 6.  Complete and Current Customer Listing – includes Primary contact and telephone number. This is necessary to determine overall credit of your customer base. Current Aged Accounts Receivable General Application Copies of any contracts you are presently working on 3 month bank statements 1 Void Check Copy
  7. 7.  Any type of debt or general obligation that is not collateralized by a lien on specific assets of the borrower in the case of a bankruptcy or liquidation or failure to meet the terms for repayment An unsecured loan means the lender relies on your promise to pay it back. Theyre taking a bigger risk than with a secured loan, so interest rates for unsecured loans tend to be higher.
  8. 8.  No collateral is needed to secures the funds Repaying on your UBF helps you to strengthen or build your credit history. Which is especially great for small and startups businesses. Full freedom over the usage of the funds
  9. 9.  small businesses with little assets and no property depend on loan options that are unsecured. Small businesses also has no collateral and has a less than perfect financial history making approval for an unsecured business loan or line of credit unlikely. Thus, UBF best suite small companies and startups.
  10. 10.  user and password from tcmonitor.com Article of Incorporation 3 years of tax return A complete UBF application form
  11. 11. Please call for the latest information orchanges regarding our account receivable factoring and unsecured business loans. www.businessandfunding.com info@businessandfunding.com www.youtube.com/user/bljunk www.twitter.com/bizandfunding.com

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