DUE FROM FACTOR
|12 Months Ended|
Dec. 31, 2021
|DUE FROM FACTOR|
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NOTE 5: DUE FROM FACTOR
The Company, via its subsidiaries, Bailey and Stateside, assigns a portion of its trade accounts receivable to third- party factoring companies, who assumes the credit risk with respect to the collection of non-recourse accounts receivable. The Company may request advances on the net sales factored at any time before their maturity date, and up to 50% of eligible finished goods inventories based on the terms of one of our agreements that terminated in 2021. The factor charges a commission on the net sales factored for credit and collection services. For one factoring company, interest on advances is charged as of the last day of each month at a rate equal to the LIBOR rate plus 2.5% for Bailey. For Stateside, should total commission and fees payable be less than $30,000 in a single year, then the factor shall charge the difference between the actual fees in said year and $30,000 to the Company. Interest on advances is charged as of the last day of each month at a rate equal to the greater of either, (a) the Chase Prime Rate + (2.0)% or (b) (4.0)% per annum. For another factoring company, interest is charged at one-thirty-(1/33) of one percent per day, such rate to increase or decrease in accordance with changes in the “Prime Rate”, which such prime rate to be deemed to be 4.25% on the date of the agreement.
Advances are collateralized by a security interest in substantially all of the companies’ assets.
Due to/from factor consist of the following: