Washington Invoice Factoring

Are you a Washington State company that needs working capital quickly and easily? We can help.

  • Up to 92% of cash is advanced to you
  • Fast and easy funding in as little as 24 hours
  • Bad credit? No problem. We look at the credit of your client, not yours
  • Tax issues? You can be funded
  • Credit protection reduces your risk

Since 1998 we proudly serve the state named after George Washington, Washington State with Invoice Factoring and Purchase Order Funding. Major industry includes the manufacturing of aircraft, fishing, timber, wine, apples, grain, retail, and tourism.

Purchase Order Funding

Washington is a leading agricultural state. The apple industry is the core of Washington’s agriculture, leading the US in apple production since 1920. They also supply the US with the majority of red raspberries, wrinkled seed peas, hops, and spearmint oil.

What is a Typical cost of Factoring?

Factoring fees are based on length of time for payment from your client. Below is an example chart of how fees work based on timeframe.

Fees vary based on your unique funding situation.

Length of Time for Payment Invoice Factoring Rate
20 days 1.00%
30 days 1.50%
45 days 2.50%
60 days 3.00%


Keep in mind that a good factoring company will work with you based on your customer’s payment history and make sure your terms are favorable to you.

Your customers pay in a particular pattern. If your customers all pay in 37 days, then a fee based on 30-day increments would be slightly more costly. That’s because you will end up paying additional factoring fees based on the extra seven days. Factors can design your fees based on your unique situation – daily, 10-day increments, 60-day flat fee, etc.

Here is a list of just some of the Washington client types we have helped with their Working Capital Needs and the Services we provided:

Ready to get funded? Call us toll-free at 866-598-4295, complete our secure online funding application or chat with us.

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