Accounts Receivable Financing Site Launched as a Creative Lending Resource

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Trusted finance experts launch AccountsReceivableFinancing.com

Accounts Receivable Financing

Accounts Receivable Financing

We take the time to listen to and carefully consider every company’s story – its history, ideas, expertise and goals – and we customize solutions to fit their unique needs

A new web site offers businesses with cash flow challenges the flexible financial tools and unlimited growth line they need to get money fast. Accounts Receivable Financing gives businesses short-term financing by selling their trade receivables or pledging receivables as collateral for a loan. It’s a flexible way of obtaining credit, since borrowers' financing costs are directly related to their business cycle.

“This site is unlike any creative financing opportunity available to businesses,” said AccountsReceivableFinancing.com Founder and CEO Dan Casey. “You’re not just a faceless number. We take the time to listen to and carefully consider every company’s story – its history, ideas, expertise and goals – and we customize solutions to fit their unique needs.” The site features a broad range of topic pages to help businesses unfamiliar with AR financing such as:

Since 2001, the company behind AccountsReceivableFinancing.com has financed over $800 million to thousands of businesses throughout the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom. Their goal is to help turn outstanding invoices into opportunities – whether it’s via financing, establishing a line, determining an advance rate or fee structure – or by working on-on-one with a business to design something entirely new and different.

AccountsReceivableFinancing.com specializes in a variety of industries, including staffing, freight, apparel and manufacturing. The process is fast and easy, with quick approval and turnaround – so businesses can get cash wired fast.

For over a decade, the team of experts at AccountsReceivableFinancing.com have been dedicated to helping businesses solve their financing needs. “We know that profit potential can sometimes come down to a phone call,” notes Casey. “Our specialty is to listen, generate solutions and help get companies back on track.”

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