8 Great Reasons to Sell Your Accounts Receivable (Invoice Factoring)

Posted on 04.Aug.2015 by Mike Winters | @amcomcap

8 Great Reasons to Sell Your Accounts ReceivableWe have discussed invoice factoring from several angles on this blog. We have explained the basics of invoice factoring and how it can help businesses grow, talked about the benefits of factoring for improving business cash flow, and outlined the history of invoice factoring and its growth in the 21st century. Recently, we even offered up 6 reasons to choose invoice factoring over a traditional bank loan. Well, sometimes infographics can be incredibly helpful to understanding, so here's one that offers eight great reasons to sell your accounts receivable (invoice factoring).

8 Great Reasons to Sell Your Accounts Receivable (Infographic)

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American Commercial Capital, LLC, has provided invoice-factoring services to Houston-area small businesses since 2003. We also provide factoring services to businesses in San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, and other nearby cities in Texas.

If you want to learn more about how invoice factoring can help your business, give us a call at 713-227-3863, contact us here, or fill out our form for a free, no-obligation quote.

image description Roy Brooks and American Commercial Capital, LLC, has provided invoice-factoring services to Houston-area small businesses since 2003. We work with businesses in San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, Beaumont, Port Arthur, Corpus Christi, and other nearby Texas cities.

If you want to learn more about how cashflow-sensitive invoice factoring can help your business, give us a call at 713-227-3863, contact us here, or fill out our form for a free, no-obligation quote.

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