Payroll Funding

Lisa Hultz

Lisa Hultz

Lisa is the President of Sales & Marketing for Mazon Associates, one of the oldest factoring companies in Dallas, Texas.

The staffing industry is undergoing rapid changes and needs the benefits of invoice factoring, or specifically payroll funding. With more companies outsourcing different processes and operations, the number of staffing companies has increased exponentially over the last decade. Companies are more inclined to hire contractors and staffing agencies rather than employing full-time personnel.

Payroll Funding

The reason payroll funding is so attractive is because the delay in revenues from services provided exceeds the cost of payroll necessary to pay contractors or employees. Staffing agencies perform work for a customer on an ongoing basis and revenues may not be recognized as cash until receivables are collected. This delay in payment is often 30 days or more, yet staffing companies have to pay their employees or contractors on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.

Staffing Factoring

For example, let’s say you have a staffing company that provides IT services. The staffing company hires employees to perform the services. The staffing company invoices their customer on a monthly basis at the end of each month. The company invoices its customer for work done in the month. The staffing company invoices on terms of net 30 or net 45 which means they have to wait 30 to 45 days after the invoice is submitted to their customer.

The staffing company is required to pay their employees or contractors weekly. If the employer or staffing company pays their employees weekly, the expenses are accumulated every week while their revenues are delayed. They have to meet 4 pay periods before they can even invoice their customer. In month two, they have to pay their employees 4 more weeks before they can even collect on month one’s invoice. This creates at 2 month gap between revenues and payroll expenses for the staffing company.

Staffing Factoring

Staffing companies solve this problem by turning to a payroll factoring company. Factoring companies purchase the invoices immediately after they are generated. Upon purchasing the invoice, the factoring company sends funds to the staffing company at typically 80 to 85% of the invoice. The staffing company therefore eliminates the 30 – 45 day collection period from their cash cycle. Instead of waiting 2 months for cash revenue, they only wait one month while services are performed. This is why payroll funding is so attractive to staffing companies.

Mazon Associates

Mazon Associates is a Texas factoring company that serves many industries including staffing, oilfield services, business services and transportation. The friendly folks at Mazon Associates are professional and take an interest in each of their clients. Mazon has such outstanding service and excellent terms, we were awarded Best Factoring Company.

To discuss your payroll funding needs, please call Lisa Hultz of Mazon Associates at 800-442-2740. Lisa is the sales and marketing representative for Mazon Associates.

Mazon Associates, Inc. has been providing factoring services for more than 40 years. We’ve helped thousands of clients grow their businesses and achieve their financial goals. We consistently provide a first-class experience in accounts receivable financing. You can depend on Mazon for your cash flow needs.

Call us today at (972) 554-6967!

Mazon Associates Factoring

The most flexible terms in the industry.

No Startup Fees

We don't charge application or startup fees, so you can start factoring invoices with no out-of-pocket fees.

30-Day Cancellation

Our contract terms are month-to-month, so you can cancel at anytime with only a 30-day cancellation notice.​

No minimums

We don't charge monthly minimum fees, so you don't get charged when you don't factor invoices.

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