This practical, hands-on manual teaches everything you need to know about starting and running a small factoring business. With common sense directions and first-person experiences giving a "been there" flavor to each page, you’ll learn how factoring small receivables can be a lucrative, enjoyable business and an excellent tool for investing retirement or discretionary investment funds.
This book is for small factors and brokers who ask the question: "What are the most effective marketing methods for finding prospective clients?" This book provides experiences "from the trenches" of several small factors and a broker. Read what marketing tools they have found work best and which are a waste of time and money. Finding just one "gem" among the many offered here will pay for this book many times.
In this ebook I open the door to my office, as it were, to you. You see in detail how I run my factoring business. I want to quickly to point out that my methods are by no means the only way to do this; however, they have worked for me for quite some time and others have patterned their successful factoring businesses on this model. You are welcome to pick and choose and adapt your own operation from mine; but you really don’t need to reinvent the wheel or learn everything the hard way. If my experiences help you start and enjoy a profitable, satisfying factoring business, then this ebook has succeeded.
Fundamentals for Factors: How You Can Make Large Returns in Small Receivables, introduces the reader to the basic concepts of factoring. Fundamentals describes what factoring is, how it works, businesses which can benefit, the remarkable returns possible, risks involved, and how to minimize those risks. It helps the reader define the meaning of “success,” whether factoring is an appropriate move for his or her circumstances, and closes with a look at four small factors who enter the field from very diverse backgrounds, with quite different purposes.
Jeff Callender has written more for the public on the subject of factoring accounts receivable than anyone. Here, in a brief and engaging collection, are the highlights of his work to date. This book gathers, sorts, and presents scores of factoring topics. Grouped alphabetically by subject, this little volume provides a thumbnail sketch of the information, experiences, and "words to the wise" that are generously peppered throughout his books and other writing. They are condensed here for an easily grasped summary of factoring and its many finer points. If you've been intrigued with this subject and curious as to just what factoring is all about, this digest is an easy and inexpensive way to find out. Settle into your easy chair with this brief collection and you'll be surprised at how much you'll learn in just a few minutes.