2015 Oil Industry Economic Outlook

Factoring companies received some crucial economic updates from Peter Ricchiuti while attending the International Factoring Association Annual conference. Mr. Ricchiuti is known for his nationally acclaimed Burkenroad Reports, a student stock research program at...

Why Factor With A Bank

Many companies turn to invoice factoring because bank loans are expensive, add to a company’s debt, take months to complete, and are turned down more often than not. On the other hand, invoice factoring is inexpensive, incurs no debt, is fast, and easy. So, the...


Press Releases

Invoice Factoring Company Signs Over $16M in New Business

Universal Funding, a factoring company, to providing invoice factoring services to five new clients earned in October. SPOKANE, WA, Nov. 9, 2015 – Universal Funding, an invoice factoring company, has signed on five new clients who will factor over $16 M over the... read more

Universal Funding Corporation Funding $500,000 per Day

Universal Funding specializes in invoice factoring and provided $1.8MM in accounts receivable financing to three new clients in September.  As these new relationships grow over the course of a year, Universal will provide up to $21.5MM in financing to these new... read more


Accelerating to the Speed of Business

You’ve probably heard the phrase “the speed of business” before. Yet those in the business world know that the comparative operational speeds between companies are like snowflakes: no two are exactly alike. Yet despite the speed differences that exists between... read more

Selling Invoices vs. Selling Equity

There comes a time in the operational life cycle of every company where extra business capital is needed. When this point is reached, the easy answer may be to work with a traditional lender to secure a conventional loan. Yet is this truly the best option? Wouldn’t it... read more

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