FACTORING: A B2B financing tool which provides advances of cash from the sale of current invoices payable from customers. Use cash advances to meet timely payroll, purchase inventory, pay taxes, or for any other current need.
EXPORT FACTORING: A transaction providing advances of cash upon invoices payable from international sales. Eliminates the need for letters of credit or complex methods of insuring payment from unknown foreign customers
ABL / INVENTORY FINANCE (Asset-Based Lending): Revolving lines of credit used for the purchase of inventory, equipment , and the financing of terms of payment upon current invoices.
PURCHASE ORDER FINANCE: Typically used in contract manufacturing to pay foreign factories for the manufacturing of goods required to meet purchase orders from large, creditworthy customers.
SBA LOANS: Working Capital and Operational Loans from local banks but guaranteed through the U.S. Small Business Administration and used to finance receivables, inventory, equipment, and real estate and featuring low interest rates and accommodating repayment options.
MERCHANT CASH ADVANCE (ACH Advance): Cash advances often structured as loans with amounts based upon estimates of your future credit card or over the counter retail sales. More expensive than most other forms of financing but often available when no other type of financing can be arranged.