Accounts Receivable Financing

Banks are unwilling to loan you money on an unsecured basis for working capital, but can you loan you money on accounts receivable (A/R) as collateral. Most lenders will finance 70 to 80 percent of your A/R if they worthy of collecting. When you collect the A/R you pay the bank on your loan and keep the change. A/R is risky to a bank, but if you can do business with well a known company, those receivables would be attractive to your banker.

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