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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 continue their day-to-day operations without worrying about limited cashflow.

Invoices are forwarded to the factor like Key Factors who then provides up to 80 per cent on the face value of the invoice within 4 hours to the business to access as necessary. When the invoice is paid in full to the factor, the business receives the remaining 20 per cent less any accrued fees.

Businesses that are eligible for debt factoring must have B2B sales on credit terms, and invoices for the sale of goods or services that have been fully delivered.

Advantages

There are quite a few advantages to using debt factoring for businesses of all sizes.

  • Additional cash flow for growing companies
  • Bridge the gap of slow payments
  • Working capital for startup companies
  • Meet operating expenses
  • Get on top of ATO obligations

It’s a flexible alternative to traditional business loans as it is adjusted based on the business’ sales. Debt factoring can hugely benefit cash flow since businesses can get instant access to a large proportion of the money owed to them instead of waiting for payments to arrive. As a result of this early payment, discounts can also be removed or reduced.

Businesses that use debt factoring has better negotiating powers with suppliers by using the money they receive to take advantage of early payment discounts and bulk-buying opportunities.

One of the main advantages of debt factoring is to provide working capital for growing companies. Access to instant cash allows a growing company to buy more equipment, meet ongoing expenses and hire more staff to service the increase in workload.

Our service allows you to immediately convert sales invoices into cash to help your business operate and grow.
 
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Find out more about our debtor finance here.

Key Factors flexible debt factoring

  • No lock-in or long-term contracts
  • No minimum factoring volume
  • No ongoing monthly charges or annual charges
  • No quarterly audits
  • No property security
  • Fast 48 hours approval

With offices in Perth, Sydney, and Melbourne, our local state managers can provide a tailored cash flow solution to suit your business. Find out how Key Factors’ debt factoring, debtor finance and factoring finance and can benefit your business by contacting us today.

Many industries are turning to Invoice Discounting to build their business – we’ve summarised the Debtor & Invoice Finance Association (DIFA) Industry Data, June 2015 Quarter, so you’ve got everything you need in a quick and easy-to-understand format!

On the up

Recent findings from the DIFA show that the June 2015 quarter was $15.8 billion – an increase of 6.4% on the June 2014 quarter.

Invoice DiscountingAccording to State

NSW & ACT were the states with the highest factoring and discounting turnover in the June 2015 quarter, at 35%, with Victoria at 31%, then Queensland at 17%, closely followed by WA at 12%.

Could your industry benefit?

During the June 2015 quarter, the Wholesale Trade industry had the highest percentage of discounting turnover, at 36%. Manufacturing and Labour Hire companies also made up a large percentage.

The Transport & Storage industry formed 12% of the June Quarter 2015 factoring turnover, as well as the Manufacturing Industry. Labour Hire companies led with 27%, followed by Wholesale Trade companies 24%.

What Key Factors have to offer

At Key Factors we help SMEs from a wide range of industries improve their cash flow with flexible disclosed invoice discounting. With offices all over Australia, our local state managers are able to provide a tailored cash flow solution to suit your business.

Key Factors key benefits

Keeping simple, flexible alternative

  • No lock-in or long-term contracts
  • No minimum volume
  • No ongoing monthly charges or annual charges
  • No quarterly audits

All the facts and figures

To read the full DIFA Industry Data document for June 2015 visit the DIFA website.

Speak to a member of our team

Want to learn more about how Key Factors could help your business? Call us now on 1300 884 100, or enquire online today.