How accounts receivable factoring companies differ from bank loans:
|Profitable with no capital||YES||NO|
|Unlimited A/R Funding||YES||NO|
|No financial covenants||YES||NO|
|Advances up to 98%||YES||NO|
|Free credit checks||YES||NO|
|Financial statements needed||NO||YES|
|Dependent on personal credit||NO||YES|
|Must provide 3 years tax records||NO||YES|
|Lengthy approval process||NO||YES|
|Denied for IRS Problems – Tax liens||NO||YES|
Is Invoice Factoring a type of loan? No.
Even though accounts receivable factoring is often referred to as “factoring loans”, it is a financial transaction between the business seeking funds and factoring companies, but no bank. Accounts Receivable Factoring (Invoice Factoring) is when a company, like Charter Capital, purchases your accounts receivable invoices at a discount and provides you with immediate cash.
Factoring is the preferred no-loan alternative to commercial bank financing and an immediate way to raise cash for any business purpose. With the use of Accounts Receivable Factoring, your sales (accounts receivable or open invoices) are “cash in the bank.” Funding is immediate and unlimited, mainly driven by your customers’ demand for your goods of services.
Accounts Receivable Factoring Companies are a no-loan alternative to business financing
As an alternative source of business financing, invoice factoring eliminates many of the difficult-to-meet criteria that companies must face in order to get a traditional bank loan. If you can get a loan or line of credit in today’s tight banking market, what’s going to happen after you’ve depleted those funds? You will still have to wait for the invoices to be paid. The biggest problem with a traditional bank loan is that there is a maximum credit limit. Whereas Charter Capital provides no-loan cash based on the quality and liquidity of your assets (your accounts receivable). Because each account is evaluated individually, Charter Capital has much more flexibility than a Bank when it comes to keeping up with an increase in sales.