Dear Accountant/Tax Professional,
February 13, 2013
By Laura Walker for Universal Funding Corporation
While preparing your clients’ tax returns this year, you are likely to notice a few businesses that are in need of capital funding, but are not in a position to acquire bank financing. As their accountant, we’re sure you have developed relationships with your clients and want them to succeed. Even in these tough economic times, there is still a solution.
Universal Funding Corporation offers custom designed funding programs that generate immediate cash flow. Our Lines of Capital are not like traditional Lines of Credit; they are not based upon a company’s balance sheet or ratios. Invoice factoring is based upon an asset—accounts receivable.
Also known as invoice financing, we purchase a company’s receivables at a slightly discounted rate. Advancing up to 90% of the invoice face-value, we pay them right away for the products and services they provide to their customers. Our factoring fees are the lowest out there, starting at 1%.
Universal Funding has over 60 years of combined experience in the business finance industry. Active members of the International Factoring Association, the Better Business Bureau, and featured in Dun & Bradstreet’s Power Profiles, we are a family-owned and family-operated company in Spokane, Washington.
A referral to Universal Funding can show your client that you actually care about their business, not just their payment, although a cash infusion would likely help with that, too. Factoring invoices is a debt-free solution to the cash-flow crunch.
We would appreciate the opportunity to offer funding solutions to your clients and hope to return the favor with many happy and successful customers.
Please visit our website at www.UniversalFunding.com or call our office at 1-800-405-6035.