UNDERSTANDING THE FACTORING OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE AND FLORIDA LAW

AaronCohnFactoring can often represent a valuable means of converting a company’s outstanding receivables into immediate working capital.

However, any business organization considering a factoring contract should be aware that some types of arrangements could become prohibitively expensive. As Katz Barron attorney Aaron Cohn writes in a recent edition of the Miami Daily Business Review, specific types of popular factoring arrangements also may violate Florida’s legal limits on usury.

To read Aaron’s recent article on factoring, click here.

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