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Continuous Cash Flow provides business owners the capital required to accommodate increased sales. By improving your company's cash position you are able to invest in new equipment, initiate new business activities and expand into new product markets. This can be done while you maintain control of all business decisions and without increasing liabilities.

Companies enter into factoring relationships with Continuous Cash Flow to achieve certain goals, such as accelerating cash flow to increase sales, buying time to permit an orderly search for more conventional financing, or weathering a start-up period.
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