Accounts Receivable Factoring: California

If you have outstanding invoices that you can't seem to wait 30, 60, or even 90 days to get paid, then we have a solution for you. Here's how it works:

Step One: Prepare and mail your invoice to your customer as usual. Forward a copy to RBP, Inc. for processing

Step Two: RBP, Inc. verifies the invoice will be paid, then immediately pays you 80% of the invoice amount - right to your bank account

Step Three: Your customer pays RBP, Inc. - when that happens, we return the remaining 20% of the invoice money right to your bank, minus our fee.

Accounts Receivable Factoring: California

Accounts receivable factoring in California gives corporations the opportunity to accelerate their cash flow in such as was as to mitigate certain burdens that may result from slowing economic conditions. As the national economic crisis continue to be as severely felt in California as anywhere else in the country, it is more important than ever for companies to find creative solutions to manage the challenges they face. Factoring through invoice discounting gives these companies another way to persevere through the hard times, positioning themselves to flourish as the tide turns.

One of the advantages for a company using a reputable and conscientious California factoring company is that as the company's needs change, the factoring company will have the opportunity to extend the relationship by personally introducing the company to its banking contacts. A local company is more likely to have valuable contacts that will be of real benefit as this process moves from start to finish. Furthermore, because a California accounts receivable company will have established these banking relationships, the differences to a company's customers that will shift to sending invoice payments to this company will be decreased.

In general, invoice discounting involves presenting a company's invoices to the factoring company in exchange for a percentage payment. The company than allows the factoring company to forward the invoices and collect upon them. After the company's customers have paid the invoice, the factoring company retains its fee and forwards the remainder of the invoice balance to the company. Because the company's customer is briefly exposed to the factoring company, using a California factoring company has a few advantages: the customer will likely treat the factoring company as a service provider and not consider the shift as a sign of trouble; since payments will continue to flow through Californian banks, customers will be even less apt to notice a change; and because the shift may be temporary, having a local strategic partner available after the relationship changes is valuable.

Overall, employing accounts receivable factoring in California is best accomplished by finding a thorough and reputable local factoring company to meet a company's cash flow needs.