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Factoring Dispursements – the hidden costs.

When speaking to clients and reviewing their factoring and invoice discounting facilities I am often amazed at how much their dispursements are. What amazes me more is often they don’t actually know what what those dispursements are. It is not … Continue reading

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Factoring fees. Are they increasing?

The headline rates for factoring fees seem to be reducing again as lenders return to the market and competition increases. This is obviously good news. However, there does seem to be a lot of additional fees being introduced by lenders. … Continue reading

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New Year – New Finance Facility?

As it is the new year would it be worth reviewing your finance facility? It is probably a worthwhile exercise for the following reasons: Drugs med blodkars, udvidende virkning så vil du blive. Erektile generic viagra the good a section … Continue reading

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Does factoring impact on profits?

Factoring most definitely impacts on profits. Let’s have a look at the different ways factoring can impacts on profits. The most obvious way is by reducing profits because of the costs involved. Factoring has a definite and not insignificant cost … Continue reading

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Are minimum fees increasing your costs?

If you have an invoice finance facility where the minimum fees are being charged each month then the likelihood is that you are paying too much for your facility. The minimum fee will be the default charge where your monthly … Continue reading

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Latest client – low minimum fees – ice cream company

We were recently approached by a company that sells ice creams and jams to independent shops. They were looking to offer credit terms to their customers with a view to increasing sales and gaining competitive advantage. However, as a small … Continue reading

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Good luck in 2012

As 2011 draws to an end we wanted to wish everyone all the best for the New Year. 2011 proved to be another challenging year in difficult economic times. A lot of SME’s still feel let down by our banks and … Continue reading

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Minimum Base Rates – Do you know what you are paying?

Minimum base rates can mean you are paying more than you expect and more than you need to… When speaking to new clients and reviewing their existing facilities it is quite common for them not to be aware of the … Continue reading

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Supermarket Payment Terms

Whenever I see a client who is supplying supermarkets I always whince at the time it takes them to get paid and also the terms and conditions suppliers have to agree to. In April 2008 the competitions board confirmed that … Continue reading

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Why use a factoring broker?

Invoice finance facilities can be fairly complex when you look at how they calculate the cash generated and also the costs involved. In short the headline rates do not give the full picture. Invoice finance can be costly and typically … Continue reading

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