If you own a young, very small company with less than $10k per month in accounts receivable, chances are you need more cash on hand...but you probably canít find financing. Why?
Small Business Factoring
for the "Little Guy"
Youíre between a rock and a hard place, and youíre not alone. Countless numbers of very small business owners just like you need a company that will purchase your receivables for cash today. You need a small factor who specializes in buying invoices from very small businesses.
You canít qualify for a bank loan if your business is less than two years old, you have a blemish in your credit, or once filed bankruptcy.
Your receivables volume is too low for the vast number of larger factoring companies who buy accounts receivable. They canít profitably fund a business as small as yours.
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Small Business Factoring
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866 432 2408
1% starting rate
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No application or set up fees
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No monthly minimum charges
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No long-term contracts
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Construction Receivables. While we are a direct funder and don't fund most construction deals ourselves, we work closely with sources who provide factoring for the construction industry.  If you are in consturction and would like more information, please click here.

Tax Liens. Often people with tax liens have trouble finding a factor who will accept them. Again, we have sources who accept companies with tax liens or other tax issues. If you would like more information, please click here.