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How Receivables Financing Can Work for You
As a small business owner, you understand the value of your best customers. However, at some time or another, you’ll likely encounter a customer who pays their invoice late. Or, you may have a valuable, established customer who doesn’t agree to your payment terms, leaving you stretched and struggling to maintain your cash flow.
If this sounds familiar, receivables financing provides another way to obtain funding and help you get through those timing gaps so you can keep your business running smoothly. To learn about receivables financing and other small business financing options for you, apply now and speak to one of our Funding Specialists.
High Approval Rates
- Financing through an alternative lender makes it easier to get the capital you need
- Get the money you need for your business fast with quick decisions and funding
Stock up on Inventory
- Take advantage of bulk discounts to keep your inventory stocked for busy season
- Get ahead of price increases for your most in-demand items and products
Pay for the Unexpected
- Use funds to repair broken office or business equipment
- Pay for unusually high tax bills using small business financing
Take Advantage of Opportunities
- Acquire funding for an expansion opportunity to a new location
- Invest in marketing and advertising to reach new customers
How to Apply
How Does Receivables Financing Work?
Fast & Easy Application Process
No-cost, no-obligation application with funding in as few as 24 hours1
Helpful Loan Guidance
A Funding Specialist will contact you to help you choose the right business financing option.
Quick Decision, Fast Funding
You could be approved, and funds deposited into your account, in as little as 24 hours.1
What Customers Are Saying
Joann Johnson, Owner
JoChas Moving & Delivery
When a family of former NFL players wanted to move its business to the big leagues, they wanted a funding partner that provided a caring, personalized approach to small business financing. They turned to National Funding to help kick off their growth, and have had a “special” partnership ever since.
Why National Funding?
Whether you’re a general contractor or run an office, we understand your business challenges. With a friendly, customized approach to the challenges of your unique business, we’ll help you find the financing solutions to solve them.
Simple, Fast Application Process
No-cost, no-obligation application and funding with a quick turn-around.1
A Trusted Lending Partner
Supporting 50,000+ businesses nationwide with over $3 billion in funding.
Dedicated Funding Specialists
Our Funding Specialists care about your success and guide you to the right loan to get the funds you need.
High Approval Rates
Even if you’ve been turned down elsewhere, there’s still a great chance we can get you the business capital.
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We Know Your Business
Experience supporting all types of businesses
Small Business Financing Resources
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