Rapid Growth Funding through Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing

Posted by Chris on Nov 21, 2015 in AR Funding, Business Tools, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 1 comment |

Rapid Growth Funding through Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing

Steady or fast growth is the primary goal of any young business owner. When and if those growth opportunities arise, do you have the resources in place to move forward? It may not seem like it, but growing too rapidly can be a death blow to a young company. Most young companies lack the experience, planning ability, and insight to properly navigate rapid growth. As you know, cash is king, and most start-ups are not flush with working capital. You may currently have a line of credit with a bank, but is it enough? Your growing company must have...

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Account Receivables Factoring, PO Funding for the Firearms Industry

Posted by Chris on Apr 21, 2014 in Invoice Factoring, Purchase Order Financing | 0 comments |

Account Receivables Factoring, PO Funding for the Firearms Industry

Account receivables factoring, work in process funding, purchase order financing, and credit protection are all great funding options for the firearms industry. These funding options are based on your clients’ creditworthiness, not your own companies. This opens up funding to the unbankable because of IRS issues, concentration issues, start-ups, turnarounds, and other challenging situations.  You can receive up to 92% of the invoice amount within days of starting the application. You receive the remaining balance once your customer has...

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Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Financing and Government Contracts

Posted by Chris on Jan 3, 2014 in Government Factoring, Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring | 0 comments |

Many businesses view government contracts as fantastic opportunities. Government is very likely to pay for any job they contract out. These types of contract include local, state, and federal government contracts. Working with the government can be challenging at the same time. Often, these government contracts can require a large amount of cash to start the job. Projects for these government contact are large scale. You will need sufficient money to cover for operational cost, payroll, raw material, or other expenses that can be a problem for...

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