When you decide on starting a business there are a number of different aspects that require very minute and concentrated attention. You need to be reliably certain that there is enough demand for your product and that you have the required funds and infrastructure to sustain your business. But one factor that most people neglect to consider is the regular flow of income versus the costs you sustain. The money coming in must be able to at least help you break even.
In some business ventures, the finances suffer because the clients do not pay up on time. Running a business on credit can be very dicey. If you do not have money coming in then sooner or later your production will come to a standstill. That is where factoring companies come in. these companies buy unpaid invoices from other businesses at a reduced cost. This is good for the business because it may not be able to make a profit but at least their production cost is recovered. The business does not need to spend out of its own funds to carry on the production and does not need to take loans to make payroll.
From the point of view of the factoring company, the company does not need to produce anything at all and makes a profit on its investment because it buys the invoices at a substantial discount but recovers the payment from the clients in full. It is a win-win situation for all parties and this sort of financial arrangement eases the financial burden on the business and eliminates the production and set-up burdens on the company's part!