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Should you use invoice factoring?

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Invoice factoring is a very unique way of financing a growing business, by using your invoices as collateral. When you are the owner of your own business you are the one who must deal with the stress of the daily operations. This means getting client invoices paid so you keep the doors open. When using invoice factoring you are able to run your business more effectively ad take advantage of opportunities when they come instead of missing the opportunity on growing your business. Cash flow is essential to any company and having the freedom to make the purchases you need when you need them.

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How you can fix problems with your unpaid invoices

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If you are getting fed up with your customers that do not pay on time, take the first step forward to implement a new accounts receivables program that will be able to help you acquire the funds you need quickly. When your customers are slow to pay, it forces you to eat into your cash reserves to pay for raw goods and salaries. You shouldn't need to use raw goods to stay alive while you have a large amount of money just sitting in your accounts receivables.

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