Strong Relationships Create Success – J & J Hernandez, INC. and TAFS

Strong Relationships Create Success J & J Hernandez, INC. and TAFS At TAFS, we are changing how people view freight factoring. We are not just a financial institution. We are people helping people in the trucking industry succeed. By offering our clients quality, personal relationships, we can make a [...]

By | October 16th, 2017|business, culture, Factoring|Comments Off on Strong Relationships Create Success – J & J Hernandez, INC. and TAFS

Hurricane Harvey isn’t a Match for Mr. Pap Logistics

Hurricane Harvey isn’t a Match for Mr. Pap Logistics The best aspect of the trucking industry is its people. We are a close-knit community. If you need help, there is always someone to give you a hand. Mr. Pap Logistics is a shining example of trucking’s nobility. Even when the [...]

By | September 18th, 2017|business, culture, Factoring|Comments Off on Hurricane Harvey isn’t a Match for Mr. Pap Logistics

10 Years of TAFS – Supporting Trucking’s Noble Purpose

10 Years of TAFS Supporting Trucking's Noble Purpose Business is a collaborative effort. It is not a faceless entity, but a group of people working towards a common goal. For the past 10 years, our goal at TAFS has been simple. We want to help trucking companies like yours [...]

By | August 11th, 2017|business, culture, Factoring|Comments Off on 10 Years of TAFS – Supporting Trucking’s Noble Purpose

Recourse vs. Non-recourse: What is the difference?

Recourse vs. Non-Recourse: What is the difference? Factoring is when you sell your invoice to a 3rd-party factor with the intent of having the factor pay quickly for a portion of the invoice amount. Your invoice is then paid out by your client to the factoring company at a later [...]

By | November 14th, 2016|Factoring|Comments Off on Recourse vs. Non-recourse: What is the difference?

Freight Factoring Cost: It’s More Than Rate Comparison

Freight Factoring Cost: It's More Than Rate Comparison Most people compare factoring companies by the factoring rates because rates seem the easiest to understand. If you factor a $1,000 invoice and the factoring rate is 1.5% then you should receive $985, right? Sounds like a pretty good deal. But this [...]

By | November 14th, 2016|Factoring|Comments Off on Freight Factoring Cost: It’s More Than Rate Comparison