AR Factoring In 2020
Factoring is a form of financing that can help companies with their cash flow issues. It allows businesses to finance their invoices to increase their working capital. Cash is the lifeblood of businesses and without it, your business can’t grow. Factoring invoices provides flexibility for businesses struggling with cash flow.
How Commercial Factoring Can Benefit Your Company
When times are hard on your business, it’s time to look for an alternative. Luckily, there are several different ways to help your business in its hour of need. Thanks to the work at United Capital Funding, we’re able to help clients get their cash and use it to improve business. But how? With commercial factoring!
Factoring Finance Mythbusting!
Remember the stories we used to hear when we were kids? Creatures like Bigfoot or stories like Hercules were myths we believed… at least for a little bit. But even though we’re older now and know better, there’s still the occasional myth that we tend to believe. Specifically with real-world actualities. And — just like with any industry—there are plenty of myths associated with factoring.
Why Are Companies Selling Account Receivable?
Every business owner encounters a situation where they need more cash for operations. You can have a superior product with large profits. However, if cash flow is bad, your business will suffer. It is possible to be successful in business but still encounter cash flow issues since good cash flow is essential to running a successful business.
Need Help With Your Cash Flow?
From time to time, businesses fall short when it comes to their cash flow. This can cause problems with payroll, business expenses, or even with client acquisitions. Most businesses have accounts receivable, but it takes time to invoice clients and then collect any outstanding debt. Well, what happens when your money runs dry?
Payroll Factoring: How Selling Your Accounts Receivables Leads To Success
From time to time your business can find itself in need of more cash flow. This is true whether you’re a multi-million-dollar company or a new startup. Maybe you’re ready to expand with new equipment. Or you want to increase marketing, but your money is tied up in invoices waiting for customer payment. Selling your accounts receivables is a risk-free way to increase your liquid capital.
Cash Flow Concerns
Cashflow concerns often affect small or medium-sized businesses (SMBs). New businesses or those experiencing a large amount of growth also often need help. Also on the list: companies providing business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-government (B2G) services. These clients can take longer to pay you, but we believe you shouldn’t have to wait to get paid for work you’ve already completed.
In our years of experience, we’ve seen this happen often with security guard companies. To remedy this problem, third-party commercial finance companies offer payroll factoring.
Payroll factoring buys you time so you can pay your employees while supporting the other aspects of your business. You should consider a factoring company as a partner because we’re more than a third-party vendor.
How To Get Payroll Factoring Success
Get a quick, free quote. You might have heard the saying that the first step is always the hardest. That’s not the case here! In fact, all our steps are pretty easy. Getting a fast and free quote is as easy as clicking here and filling out a short form.
Get approved. Once you fill out the form, someone will be contacting you about your application. Or, you can call us at 877-894-8232. Our process only takes 24 hours so you’ll know soon when you’ll be getting your funds. We disclose all our fees before we make any payments so you’ll know upfront exactly the costs of our services. There are never hidden fees or added costs at UC Funding. Once approved, UC Funding purchases your accounts receivables. This means we’ve assumed responsibility for collecting the payments, so you no longer have to worry about them.
Get paid. Forget the waiting periods that can last as long as 90 days. Corporate and government clients can take much too long to pay their invoices. This can delay your business growth. UC Funding will get you your cash flow within five business days. We start with 80% of the invoice and when it’s paid in full, we give you the rest minus our small fees.
Get to work. Unlike other factoring companies, UC Funding doesn’t require long-term contracts. We can go month-to-month as you need us. And remember—this is not a loan. You’re getting paid for work you’ve already done, not borrowing against future services. There are no compounding interest fees or confusing repayment plans. And—most importantly—there’s no risk. You can continue doing your work and growing your business.
For more than 20 years, UC Funding has partnered with security guard staffers. We’ve earned the trust of our clients as well as the industry. We see each of the businesses we work with as a relationship, not a transaction. On average, our clients stay with us for five years or more, much longer than industry standards. We prioritize lasting partnerships so we can see your business grow together. Contact us to learn how we can partner and help your business thrive.
Article Posted On: August 02, 2018