Specialized Invoice Factoring
by Andrew Cravenho
(United States of America)
CBAC Funding is a specialized invoice factoring company designed to reduce the cost of capital, allowing small businesses to expand and provide immediate cash flow when business is caught between invoices.
Traditionally, businesses have turned to invoice factoring. A form of cash management, invoice factoring involves selling invoices to a third-party buyer, which is called the factor. The factor will collect on the payments owed by the customers. In exchange, the factor gives the business a lump sum payment, minus a discount. The business now has immediate cash flow by selling its invoices.
Today, businesses can take advantage of a new method of factoring. CBAC LLC has created an online auction house for invoices. A business submits their debtor information, the maximum discount fee and the minimum advance the business is willing to accept. Invoice buyers then bid for the invoices. The bidding process takes place over 24 hour period.
After the bidding process occurs, the seller has the opportunity to review all bids along with the company information who submitted the bid. Once both parties have agreed on the terms of the transaction a wire is sent directly to the seller. After the debtor remits payment directly to the buyer, the seller receives the remaining amount of the invoice minus a small discount fee that the buyer retains.
CBAC is designed to reduce the cost of capital, allow small businesses to expand and provide immediate cash flow when a business is caught between invoices. CBAC lowers the cost of capital by providing a competitive marketplace for invoices. CBAC can be a vital tool for a business interested in factoring invoices. With over 20 bids being submitted on certain auctions, businesses are seeing the cost of money become cheaper and cheaper.
The company's unique auction-based model lets clients receive the maximum amount of money for their needs. CBAC is well-positioned to help out businesses small and large in the midst of a downturn and is prepared to stay with its clients when the downturn finally ends.