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  • Everything You Need to Know About Factoring Finance

    When a business sells its accounts receivable – or invoices – to a third-party (a ‘factor’) it’s called ‘factoring’. The transaction results in immediate access to cash for the business from the factor, who then collects the payments owed to the business from their customers.

    Factoring is an option that increases cash flow for businesses of all sizes and from all kinds of industries. Factoring is used to purchase inventory, new equipment,
  • What You Need to Know About Debt Factoring

    Debt Factoring allows businesses access funds owed to them before it is paid by the debtor. It’s a way for businesses to access most of the money owed to them in their outstanding invoices and receive the rest when the customer pays.
    How does debt factoring work?
    Businesses that are in need of quick access to cash can sell their accounts receivables at a discounted rate for a fast injection of cash. Debt factoring allows businesses to
  • Key Factors Is Introducing Real-Time Payments

    If you think getting funds within 24 hours of factoring your invoices is fast, think again.  Key Factors is looking to introduce real-time payments to allow instant funds transfers.

    As part of the New Payments Platform (NPP), instant or ‘real-time’ payments between some Australian bank accounts will be possible 24/7.
    Why does transferring funds between different Banks take so long?
    Currently, when we transfer factoring funds into your
  • Cashflow Finance – Fast Business Funding Solution

    Cashflow finance allows you to convert sales invoices into cash without needing to wait for up to 90 days for your clients to pay. Whether you’re wanting to grow your business or just have a more regular easily accessible cashflow to cover overheads, cashflow finance is the answer.
    How does cashflow finance work?

    How much does cashflow finance cost?
    With Key Factors’cash flow finance, we only charge a flat daily fee of 0.1% per day,
  • Small Business Financing: How Debtor Factoring Can Keep Your Business Afloat

    A popular form of small business financing is debtor factoring – a process that involves using a company’s accounts receivable as collateral in order to fund the business. Through this, cash flow is released from outstanding invoices in as quick as 4 hours from a factoring company like Key Factors. SMEs often turn to debtor factoring as limited cash flow can hold their business back and restrict them from reaching their full
  • Small Business Loans Australia: Benefits of Cashflow Finance

    Steady cash flow is vital for all successful businesses. Have you considered cash flow finance for your small business loans Australia? It is the difference between being able to pay off debts and growing your business, and struggling to keep things running efficiently enough to keep your business alive.

    At Key Factors, we know how challenging it can be to run your business smoothly and manage your accounts receivable – that’s why we’re
  • Invoice Financing Australia: The Flexible Funding Alternative

    Invoice financing has become an increasingly popular solution as a flexible funding alternative for businesses. Invoice financing Australia allows a third party like Key Factors to purchase the accounts receivables of a business at discounted rate and provide immediate access to cash.
    How Can Invoice Financing Australia Benefit Businesses?
    Invest resources in growing your business
    Invoice financing Australia unlocks cash from unpaid sales
  • 8 Tips on How To Increase Cash Flow in your Business

    Regardless of the size or type of business, having problems with cash flow is a major concern. Even if a business is currently profitable or showing strong projected growth, if expenses are not covered, the growth may be stunted long-term.

    Want to improve your working capital? Here’s how to increase cash flow in your business in eight different ways.
    1. Come up with a cash goal and supplement it with a cash flow projection
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