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Advance and Maturity Factoring| Meaning, Difference
Advance factoring is a method of factoring, wherein the factor provides the client with pre-advance on uncollected and non-due receivables at a particular rate of interest. Maturity factoring is an arrangement where the factor provides the client with payment of the account receivables at the end of collection period or on the day of collection of receivables, whichever is earlier.