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How Factoring Works

Factoring or (accounts receivable finance) is an effective financial tool that helps startups and small business meet payroll, purchase equipment and fuel business growth. Even though factoring is an established and common financial tool, we've discovered that many businesses still seek out an explanation of how factoring actually works. Below, we've broken down the typical nuts-and-bolts summation of how factoring works.

Why Do Companies Factor Their Invoices?

Companies that have slow-paying customers or are in a cash-flow crunch often sell their invoices to a factoring company, so they can better manage their back-office and their finances.

Furthermore, if a company needs a flexible source of cash, or is waiting 30, 60 or 90 days for customer payments, the company can greatly benefit from factoring.

Generalizing, a factoring company will purchase your invoices and advance up to 95% of the invoice amount. Once the bill is paid, the factoring company remits the balance, minus a small fee.

How Factoring Works

Step 1

Your company chooses a credible factoring company and signs a contract. At this time, you choose which clients you want to factor (more can be added later). The factoring company will conduct due diligence on the clients you wish to factor. From there, the factoring company sets a maximum dollar amount on the invoices you wish to factor.

Step 2

The factoring company goes to work. First, they'll send a Notice of Assignment to the clients you've selected to factor. The Notice of Assignment shows that your company has named the factoring company as the entity to receive future payments for all invoices.

Step 3

You choose which invoices you want to factor. As soon as the factoring company receives payment for an invoice that hasn't been factored, they pass the payment on to you.

Step 4

The factoring company delivers cash at up to 95% of the value of the factored invoice.

Step 5

The factoring company collects the invoice, pays the remaining balance owed to you, minus a small fee.

Does Factoring Sound Right For You?

Really, that's all there is to it. So, if you're waiting 30, 60 or 90 days for payments, you might want to consider factoring as a sound financial tool. With over 20 years in financial services, TCI Business Capital can help. Contact the financial services experts at TCI Business Capital for a fast, no-obligation quote. 1-800-707-4845.

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History of Invoice Factoring

Factoring's origins lie in the financing of trade, particularly international trade. Factoring Companies were in fact a part of business life in England prior to 1400, and then came to America with the Pilgrims, around 1620. Invoice Factoring appears to be closely related to early merchant banking activities. The latter however evolved by extension to non-trade related financing such as sovereign debt. Like all financial instruments, Account Receivable Factoring evolved over centuries. This was driven by changes in the organization of companies; technology, particularly air travel and non-face to face communications technologies starting with the telegraph, followed by the telephone and then computers. These also drove and were driven by modifications of the common law framework in England and the United States.

Originally Factoring Companies took physical possession of the goods, provided cash advances to the producer, financed the credit extended to the buyer and insured the credit strength of the buyer. By the twentieth century in the United States the use of a Factoring Company was still the predominant form of financing working capital for the then high growth rate textile industry. In part this occurred because of the structure of the US banking system with its myriad of small banks and consequent limitations on the amount that could be advanced prudently by any one of them to a firm.

Today Accounts Receivable Factoring Companies are still dealt with the task of advancing funds to smaller to mid sized rapidly growing firms who sell to larger more creditworthy organizations. While almost never taking possession of the goods sold, Factoring Companies offer various combinations of money and supportive services when advancing funds.

Why use a Factoring Company?

Factoring Accounts Receivables is a method used by some firms to obtain cash. Certain companies factor accounts when the available cash balance held by the firm is insufficient to meet current obligations and accommodate its other cash needs, such as new orders or contracts; in other industries, however, such as textiles, Oil & Gas and Trucking, for example, financially sound companies factor their accounts simply because this is the historic method of finance. The use of a Factoring Company to obtain the cash needed to accommodate a firms immediate cash needs will allow the firm to maintain a smaller ongoing cash balance. By reducing the size of its cash balances, more money is made available for investment in the firms growth. Accounts Receivable Factoring is also used as a financial instrument to provide better cash flow control especially if a company currently has a lot of Accounts Receivables with different credit terms to manage. A company sells its invoices at a discount to their face value when it calculates that it will be better off using the proceeds to bolster its own growth than it would be by effectively functioning as its "customer's bank. Accordingly, Invoice Factoring occurs when the rate of return on the proceeds invested in production exceed the costs associated with Factoring the Receivables.

TCI Oilfield Business Capital is the leading source of Oilfield Factoring Services for the Oil and Gas Industry. TCI Oilfield Business Capital provides Oilfield Invoice Factoring and Oilfield Accounts Receivable Factoring solutions for small to mid-size companies in the Oil and Gas Industries.

What is Oilfield Accounts Receivable Factoring? Accounts Receivable Factoring is a transaction where an Oilfield Service Company sells (Factors) its Accounts Receivables, or invoices, to an Oilfield Factoring Company in order to improve cash flow. With Oilfield Invoice Factoring, the Oilfield Service Company will have immediate cash available for payables, payroll, maintenance, or improving equipment. Oilfield Accounts Receivable Factoring is not a loan, and therefore no debt is incurred.

Oilfield Factoring is often referred to by other names including; Oilfield Account Factoring, Oilfield Accounts Receivable Factoring, Oilfield Business Factoring, Oilfield Factoring Services, Oilfield Receivable Factoring, or Oilfield Invoice Factoring.

Invoice Factoring is different from a bank loan in two significant ways. First, the Accounts Receivable Factoring Company places the emphasis on the value of the Receivables, the firms credit worthiness or fixed assets. Secondly, Accounts Receivable Factoring is not a loan it is the purchase of a financial asset (the Receivable). The Receivable is a financial asset associated with the debtors Liability to pay money owed to the seller for work performed or goods sold. The seller sells its invoices (the Receivables) at a discount to the Oilfield Factoring Company to obtain the cash needed for day-to-day operations.

Oilfield Factoring transfers ownership of the Receivables to the Invoice Factoring Company. The account debtor is then notified of the sale and then remits payment directly to a lockbox designated by the Oilfield Factoring Company.

An Oilfield Factoring Company may provide other mission critical services including credit analysis, risk assessment, a/r management, billing, collections, treasury and 24/7 web reporting.

There are three integral parts to an Invoice Factoring transaction.
1. The fee, this is the amount an Oilfield Factoring Company will charge you for the service. Most Oilfield Factoring Companies will charge you a Factoring fee also known as a service charge as well as interest based on how long it takes the debtor to pay.
2. The advance, this is the percentage of the face value of the Oilfield Invoice you will be paid upon submission of that invoice.
3. The reserve, this is the remainder of the total Oilfield Invoice amount held until the payment by the account debtor is made in full.

TCI Oilfield Business Capital is a leading Oilfield Factoring Company. TCI Oilfield Business Capital provides Invoice Factoring services to a wide variety of small to mid-sized companies.

TCI Oilfield Business Capital has earned a reputation for providing world-class service to companies who need Accounts Receivable Factoring for their businesses. When searching for Invoice Factoring Companies, look no further than TCI Oilfield Business Capital.

Banks often call their Factoring programs Factoring loans. Don't be confused with this statement because Factoring your Oilfield Accounts Receivables is not a loan. Accounts Receivable Factoring is simply the sale of your invoice at a discount to an Invoice Factoring Company.

Are you interested in learning more about Invoice Factoring with TCI Oilfield Business Capital?

Call today and talk to one of our Oil and Gas Factoring specialists. Our specialists will give a free consultation on how Oilfield Invoice Factoring can help your business succeed. With TCI Oilfield Business Capital there is no red tape to cut through or bureaucratic maze to navigate.

TCI Oilfield Business Capital makes the Invoice Factoring application process simple and straightforward, and what's more, TCI Oilfield Business Capital can get you approved in just 5 minutes.

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