Account Receivable Funding
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No Minimum FICO
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What Do You Need To Qualify?
6+ Months in Business
You can qualify for our top financing options with as little as 6+ months in business.
$15,000+ Monthly Gross Sales
The minimum revenue to qualify for financing options are $15,000+ per month, or $180,000 in annual gross sales.
No Minimum FICO
We have financing options for all credit profiles. There is no minimum FICO score required to apply.
Speak with a ROK Business Financing Advisor today!
Our Business Financing Advisors will help you find the best financing options for your business to get you more funding, better terms, and lower interest rates. We're available to explain every step of the process from applications to your re-payment schedule!
Resources & Frequently Asked Questions
AR financing stands for Account Receivable Financing. It is a type of financing where a company will receive a loan based on a portion of their account receivables. Accounts receivable are assets equal to outstanding invoices billed to customers but have not yet been paid.
Accounts receivable financing is when a company will sell or finance off their outstanding invoices for working capital. It can either be in the form of selling the asset to the lender or using the accounts receivable (invoices) as collateral for the loan.
Accounts receivable financing uses your outstanding invoices as a form of collateral to help you obtain financing or an advance for your business. But unlike factoring, you do not sell your invoices to a third party. You will continue to remain responsible for collecting on your outstanding invoices while making payments towards your loan.
Simple 15-Second Business Loan Application
After completing this simple application, we'll pair your with a dedicated Business Financing Advisor to choose the best financing options for your business!