Accounts Receivable Financing, Tax Write Off And What Does It Cost?

Banks won't lend money to a business seeking to acquire larger contracts because it's not viewed as an asset. So if you are a small startup company, funding for expansion may be hard to obtain. Accounts Receivable Financing could be the key to funding for a start up with desires to bid on large Government (or Corporate) contracts. So what is Accounts Receivable Financing? It is the selling of your accounts receivable invoices for cash versus waiting 30-60 or 90 days to be paid by your customer. Accounts Receivable Financing is also known as Factoring.

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