Accounts Receivable Financing

Turn Your Invoices into Cash

What Is Accounts Receivable Financing?

Accounts receivable financing is a form of business finance where a company sells its open invoices to a factoring company in exchange for an immediate cash advance. It’s a common form of financing businesses use to improve cash flow and eliminate the wait for payments from customers.

Scale Funding is the top choice among receivable financing companies. We offer month-to-month financing programs ranging from $50,000 to $7 million. With the cash accounts receivable financing provides, companies can meet payroll, manage expenses and grow the business.


Customized Financing to Fit Your Company Needs


Fast Quote and Application Process


Immediate Cash Advances


Financing that Grows as Your Company Grows


No Additional Debt is Created

“Business has been smooth with Scale Funding, and I look forward to a continued relationship with them.”

Sarah B.

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Financing Can Help

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Serving the entire U.S. since 1994

Since 1994, Scale Funding has provided finance solutions to businesses in a variety of industries all across North America. Our accounts receivable factoring solution provides a steady cash flow small and mid-size businesses, allowing them to succeed and grow their company.

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    How Invoice Factoring Propelled a Trucking Agency to 2x Growth


Answering Your Accounts Receivable Questions


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