Business Funding

Understanding the Typical Types of Factoring

09:13 26 September in Blog, Business Funding by Capstone

Accounts receivable factoring, aka invoice factoring, is a financial tool used by small and medium-sized businesses to help them maintain steady cash flow. Businesses convert their outstanding company invoices to immediate cash flow through a third-party financial intermediary known as a factoring company (“factor”).  Factors fund...

Debt Factoring: What is it, and how can it help?

12:37 27 December in Blog, Business Funding by Capstone

Debt factoring, also known as invoice factoring or accounts receivable factoring, is an alternative source of working capital funding. It is not a loan. Business owners sell their outstanding invoices to a third party known as a factoring company (“factor”) and receive an immediate advance...

Working Capital for Landscapers

Working Capital for Landscapers

07:08 19 March in Blog, Business Funding by Capstone

Landing a contract with a municipality, condo development, or a commercial property owner to maintain their grounds is exciting. However, imagine you learn that receiving payment on that contract could take 30-90 days. You might now be wondering how you are going to pay your...

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