Published at Thursday, March 21st, 2019 - 23:08:05 PM. Invoice. By Xavierra Blanchet.
When a buyer asks for a quotation the seller should always provide a pro-forma invoice. A pro-forma invoice is an invoice sent in advance of the commercial invoice, which is the final bill that the buyer agrees to pay. Some of the advantages of pro-forma invoice to the importer include to show to his government for foreign currency allocation, opening letters of credit and most importantly, to have a detailed information on the transaction that can help him plan. An accurate and professionally submitted pro forma-invoice can help buyers to make a decision and agree to the quotation.
Invoice factoring lets you unlock cash that’s tied up in your unpaid invoices. Obtaining cash this way can be an easy, effective tool to solve small or medium size businesses financial challenges. Invoice factoring might be right for your business if you lack adequate working capital to maintain your operations or expand to the next level. Perhaps you’ve considered other options like bank loans, lines of credit or credit cards. But if your company doesn’t have enough financial stability or business credit, invoice factoring could be the perfect alternative to bank financing.
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