How much are you looking for?
$25,000 – $5,000,000
6% – 18%
24 – 48 hours
FAQ About Invoice Financing
What is invoice financing?
Invoice financing allows business owners to expedite the payments of invoices and get paid immediately rather than waiting 30-90 days for payment terms. This allows businesses to accelerate cash flow between their accounts payable and accounts receivable.
How do you qualify for invoice financing?
The main criteria considered used to determine if a business can qualify for invoice financing are the standing of their customers and the amount of time the invoices will be out for. Generally, the more reputable a business’s customers are, the more likely the business will be qualified to use invoice financing.
How long does the application process take for invoice financing?
The application process for invoice financing is not overly complex or time-consuming. A lender will confirm the outstanding invoices and the companies the business anticipates invoicing to in order to ensure the clients are in good standing.
How would you use invoice financing?
Businesses use invoice financing to get paid on outstanding invoices so they do not have to wait out long payment terms. A lender that specializes in invoice financing can provide a business with the capital they need to operate efficiently and avoid having to wait out long payment terms from clients. It is not uncommon for businesses to wait 30 – 90 days to be paid and invoice financing allows businesses to be paid immediately and accelerate cash flow.’
Is collateral required for invoice financing?
The collateral used for invoice financing is most often the open accounts receivable used to secure funding. Lenders provide a percentage of the open A/R to a business while the business waits on payments over the terms of invoices from their customers.
What are the different invoice financing options?
There are many different financing options to consider in regard to invoice financing. Some of the common types of invoice financing include factoring, Invoice discounting, export factoring, and spot factoring.