With bank lending tight, small businesses on Long Island are exploring factoring, a financing method that used to be considered a last resort.
Factoring is not a loan, although it does provide cash to companies that don't want to wait to receive payment from their customers. In factoring, a company sells its receivables, or invoices, to a specialized financing firm, called a factor, which...
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