Accounts Receivable Factoring helps speed up your cash flow and improve your working capital. When a company grows quickly, it tends to outgrow its limited working capital. Factoring, or A/R Funding is a great tool to easily improve your working capital.
STAR Funding Inc Accounts Receivable Factoring Program
1. Credit Protection Against Non-Payment
In a Non Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring facility STAR Funding protects you against the credit risk of selling to your customers on open terms.
2. Improved Cash Flow and Working Capital.
Speed up your cash flow and borrow funds against your open Accounts Receivable. No more waiting to get paid. AR Financing works just like a line of credit secured by your open invoices.
3. Receivables Management Support
STAR Funding will help with your collections and managing your open Accounts Receivable. No more chasing your customers for late payment means more time to focus on growing your business.
4. Selective Invoice Factoring
STAR Funding Inc, America’s top accounts receivable funding corporation, allows an entrepreneur to focus on running their business rather than worry about financing their daily cash needs. The factoring relationship offers liquidity, acceleration of cash flow and safety for a growing business. In addition, the collection support of and expertise allows the business owner the comfort of knowing he will get paid.
Contact us today to learn more about our Non-Recourse Accounts Receivable Factoring Programs. Stop putting you and your company at risk by offering terms to your customers. Non-Recourse Factoring protects you and your business against the inability to pay by your customers.
A/R funding works across various industries. As long as you are invoicing credit worthy customers on open terms, an accounts receivable funding corp can help you grow your business.
- Wholesale and Distribution
- Government Contractors
- Consumer Products
- Trucking and Transportation
- Business Services
- Oil & Gas
- …and more!
Accounts Receivable Financing – Frequently Asked Questions
Can you factor current outstanding invoices?
Yes, you can include current invoices in your factoring program. The receivable financing company will confirm the invoice, update the remittance from the customer, and provide a cash advance against the invoice.
How does accounts payable funding work?
Accounts payable financing is a process where a financing company will finance your payables. This helps businesses pay vendors on time without tying up too much cashflow. This is often referred to as reverse factoring, or factoring accounts payable. The accounts receivable funding corporation might have different terms they use, but generally operate in a similar manner.