Understanding Profit Margins & Factoring

There is a point to think about whenever your business is looking to factor invoices. You need to think about your profit margins.Whenever you have to pay interest on capital you raise from outside sources, like Neebo Capital factoring company, you have to first decide whether you can pay for the added expense.
It’s a good idea in any event to know precisely the amount of profit you gain from every single sale you are making. If it is a product or service driven business it ought to be fairly easy to do.

To do this: deduct the cost of the product in advance of sale from the sales price minus all the added costs; shipping and delivery, taxes, commission rates, business overhead etc. It is also a good idea to work with your accountants to acquire a fixed percentage of the sale that represents your “overhead costs” such as rent, utilities, office managing.

With a service oriented business it is somewhat different, but when you treat an per hour wage like a product you can get an idea of the expenses involved with your jobs. An additional benefit of dealing with this exercise is determining precisely what it is you do that is the most lucrative.

Clearly you want to focus on activities or goods that have by far the most profit potential for your business. When factoring your invoices with Neebo Capital, the discount rate for supplying cashflow to help you increase your business is going to be an added cost towards the net profit we are discussing here.

For example if your business is a high volume- low margin venture, factoring may not be suitable financing. So knowing what your profit margins are will permit you to make the right decision when thinking about using factoring invoices with Neebo Capital as a tool for growth.