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Turn your invoices into instant cash!

The challenge many small business owners face is delayed payment from their customers. Often, invoices go unpaid 30/60/90 days plus. How great would it be to take control of your companies cash flow?

Funding programs are available which give you instant access to money tied up in your account receivables. Your personal credit score is not needed for approval.

Here is how simple the process is. A call is arranged between you and the funding source. They gather basic information and a funding offer can be made within 24 hours. Once approved, the typical advance is 75% to 85% of the invoice. The balance of the invoice is paid to you once the funding source collects full payment from your client on the invoice. The average fee can range from 2.5% to 4% of each invoice submitted. The fee is based on a few factors, among them, the financial strength of your client, and the number of invoices submitted per month. As a business owner, you decide if having access to a large percentage of your invoice within 48 hours, is worth the fee paid to the funding source for their service.

Account receivable financing is available for ALL business to business industries, including Construction, Staffing, Industrial, Manufacturing, and Oil and gas.

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About the author, Ralph

My entire 30 yr plus career has focused on finance. The past 6 years have been spent assisting small business owners and commercial real estate investors with obtaining the funding they need to accomplish their goals.

During my career, I have learned we all can make the best
business/financial decisions possible if we had access to the appropriate capital partner for each specific financial request and credit profile.

Please reach out to me directly with any question you have related to your business or commercial real estate financing objective. Also,
let me know what topics you would like me to discuss in future videos and blogs I will post to this site.

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