Some factors have established monthly minimums requiring you to factor a certain amount/volume (e.g., $10,000 worth of invoices) per month.

Depending on the factor's availability of funds or comfort-level, there may be limitations on the maximum amount you can factor over a certain period. Factors often set either monthly limits, or per customer volume limits. An example of the latter scenario would be only allowing you to factor $10,000 a month in invoices for your customer, XYZ, Inc.

There are factors, however, that do not impose any volume requirements or monthly minimums, a benefit if factoring is used to beat seasonal variance.

To better fit the needs of a diverse client list, Hamilton does not impose monthly volume requirements. This allows companies to factor as frequently as needed.

 

"To better fit the needs of a diverse client list, Hamilton does not impose monthly volume requirements."