Accounts Receivable Financing

Business Loans, Financing, and Lines of Credit up to $5 Million

Loan Overview

Account receivable financing helps companies obtain capital that’s stuck in unpaid debts. This type of asset financing arrangement allows companies to use its receivables to get financing. This financing transfers the default risk from accounts receivables to the financing company.

Sutton Funding


Account receivable financing gives companies instant access to working capital without the hassle of applying for traditional loans. As a business leverages its accounts receivables to boost cash flow, they don’t have to worry about a repayment schedule. Account receivable financing allows the business owner to focus on more important parts of the business.


Waiting on a customer to pay an invoice can be the most frustrating part of owning a business. You have already provided a service or goods, yet the customer has yet to settle.


It can take weeks, even months, before you see any money coming in from that invoice yet the bills are still piling up. Businesses still need to pay rent, meet payroll, and purchase inventory; therefore, cash flow is vital to a business’s survival.


  • Driver's License
  • Voided Business Check
  • Bank Statements
  • Balance Sheet
  • Profit & Loss Statement
  • Business Tax Returns
  • Personal Tax Returns
  • Business Plan
  • Business Debt Schedule

01. Pros

  • No More Waiting For Invoice Payments
  • Invoices Are Collateral
  • Based On Credit History Of Invoiced Business

02. Cons

  • Fees Are Based On Time Of Repayment
  • High Fees

Sutton Funding Provides Small Business Loans, Financing, & Lines of Credit.

Accounts receivable financing, aka invoice financing, allows a business to trade outstanding invoices for capital. This type of funding utilized as a tool to ensure cash flow to pay employees and suppliers. It puts all the pressure on the customer to pay without giving you the stress of waiting for them to do it.

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