Accounts Receivable Financing and Invoice Factoring For Your Colorado Springs and National Company

Accounts Receivable Financing - Element Capital LendingProfits have to work hard for a company and so will get applied to many different ends as soon as a stream of revenue comes in. The working capital your company relies on to function comes primarily from profit, but sometimes circumstances restrict the amount entering this fund.

Financing accounts receivable can be an effective and convenient way to address this common problem. In fact, AR financing can become a reliable source of working capital whenever you need it.

Funds When You Need Them

Element Capital Lending, Colorado Springs has helped many organizations access a greater amount of working capital by financing receivables. This special program features:

  • No personal guarantees
  • No arbitrary decisions made by a board
  • No fixed payments
  • No recourse even if the client does not make their payments

You can receive cash for your accounts receivables in as little as 24 hours. This money can be put towards virtually any use, including renovation and expansion, payroll funding and operational costs, hiring seasonal workers, and the purchase of inventory at bulk discounts. Many money-saving opportunities are available only for a limited window, so taking advantage of these changes to get ahead is very important. Let us help your company gain an edge.

A Valuable Resource at Your Fingertips

Do not underestimate the values of your client accounts. If you bill in 30, 60, or 90 day cycles, this program might be right for you.

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