Accounts Receivable Factoring - LC Alternative Funding
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Accounts Receivable Factoring

Leverage Future Success – NOW

Not every company is awash in equity and working capital. In fact, at some point, most growing businesses encounter situations where cash flow does not align with expenses. You have sales on the books – to dependable customers – but employee wages, lease payments, inventory purchases and other ongoing costs won’t wait. And you have other strong sales opportunities you simply won’t be able to realize without having working capital at hand.

It doesn’t seem right that a company that’s selling successfully to great customers, with a robust ledger of accounts receivable, might find their business at risk because of a working capital crunch. But that’s business, right?


Not necessarily.

If you need quick access to financing and have a strong portfolio of credit-worthy B2B invoices, but don’t meet the full spectrum of requirements for a standard bank loan, Accounts Receivable factoring may be the financing solution for you. Factoring puts your accounts receivable to work for you now. Liquid Capital’s solution isn’t contingent on how much equity you have, financial ratios or your overall financial strength. The financing is entirely based on the strength of your accounts receivable (A/R). You will receive 80% or more of the value of your accounts receivable. You can use the funds to finance growth or meet expense obligations. Your only limit is your ability to sell to credit-worthy customers. Liquid Capital will assume, manage and collect the financed invoices, as well as provide clear, accessible reporting to keep you up to date on the process.


When the Bank says “no”, factoring could provide you the funds you need – in a very short time.


How it Works

You sell products & services to your customer.

You sell your invoices to Liquid Capital.

Liquid Capital sends funds minus the reserve.

Liquid Capital receives payment from your customer.

Liquid Capital refunds reserves minus the discount fees to you.