invoice factoring

Invoice Factoring

Get Your Money Quickly

You’ve got the business, now leverage it to get the capital you need now.

Facing a cash-flow squeeze and slow-paying customers selling invoices or accounts receivable to specialized companies is an option. Get money quickly rather than waiting the usual 30 or 60 days for payment.

Invoice factoring can be a great way to leverage the business you’ve already earned to get the capital to fill orders and drive revenue growth. Our partners have a great spin where you don’t need to sign over your accounts receivable to get access to capital.

Benefits Why Invoice Factoring May Be Your Solution
We have connections with many factoring companies and prices are usually competitive. Invoice factoring can be a cost-effective way of outsourcing your sales ledger while freeing up your time to manage the business. It assists smoother cash flow and financial planning. Some customers may respect the factoring and pay more quickly.
01 FAST ACCESS TO CASH

Get the cash you need fast, no need to wait the 30 or 60 day payment period when you use invoice factoring.

02 Cash Flow Without Debt

Use your receivable assets to meet present and immediate cash flow need. Without going into debt.

03 Affordable Factoring Fees

Based on your credit strength factoring fees are very low and very affordable making factoring the perfect solution for your cash needs.

04 Flexible Terms

Terms can match your company's immediate cash flow needs, what’s right for you allows you to set the terms.

Our Process How It Works
  • PAYMENT TERMS
  • 12 – 24 Weeks
  • WEEKLY RATE
  • 4% – 9%
Our partners have a great spin on Invoice Factoring where you don’t need to sign over your accounts receivable to get access to capital. Invoice Factoring is a financial transaction and a type of debtor finance in which a business sells its accounts receivable (invoices) to a third party (called a factor) at a discount. A business will sometimes factor its receivable assets to meet its present and immediate cash needs. It might also factor their invoices to mitigate credit risk. Factoring is commonly referred to as accounts receivable factoring, invoice factoring and sometimes erroneously accounts receivable financing.
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Getting Started is Easy
Take the first, simple step and we’ll be with you, making sure you and your business meet the minimum requirements then we’ll guide you through the entire process.