Company expenses can sometimes coincide in such a way that cash flow problems threaten to compromise the running of a business. Ironically it can happen at times when business is strengthening, unusually large projects are a valuable asset to the expected returns, but until those funds are realized, the company resources may be stretched. At these times, unpaid invoices could be days, weeks, or even months from being due. Simultaneously, staff needs paying, taxes need to be paid, and investment may be required on scheduled maintenance or unexpected repairs. Fuel prices may be elevated above the projected price brackets and deliveries still need to be made. Cash flow problems are more than a purely monetary issue, they create stress, and finding a workable solution can be costly in terms of the time spent in trying to resolve the issues. This time detracts from the time required to help the business be successful. These critical bottlenecks may halt a development plan for the business to expand or may even threaten the day to day operation. At times like this, small to medium-sized company owners often turn to invoice factoring companies. In return for a fee, the invoice factoring services convert unpaid invoices into almost immediate working capital. In addition to alleviating cash flow problems, the experienced team at Catamount Funding, Inc., a Houston factoring company offering factoring services across many regions in the US, can also help with forecasting, budgeting, and developing accounting and banking relationships. Practical business experience across a wide range of industries enables the Catamount team to take each individual client and evaluate all of the moving parts which make their business unique. A tailored solution can then be formulated.