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United Capital Source works with many businesses that do not get paid in full after making sales. With accounts receivable factoring, their business cycles are shortened to just a few days. This type of working capital loan can be accessed as soon as a provider is billed. The business lender purchases the unpaid receivable for a discount price and pays the pharmacy upfront. It is now up to the business lender, not the pharmacy, to collect the original payment from the provider.
Accounts receivable factoring allows you to stay current on bills, save money for growth-related investments, and maintain profit margins. You could also purchase bulk inventory or increase staff when it actually makes sense to do so, as opposed to waiting for your budget to stabilize. In addition to simplifying inventory management, consistently paying vendors well ahead of due dates typically makes you eligible for discounts.
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A business line of credit is another sensible option for businesses that are prone to gaps in cash flow or unforeseen expenses. Many UCS clients use business lines of credit to cover monthly expenses during an unusually slow month or after a significant purchase, like new equipment.
For larger, long-term investments, we might recommend a working capital loan or merchant cash advance. The latter option is popular for healthcare businesses since most patients pay with debit and credit cards. Payments are tied directly to sales, which makes merchant cash advance ideal for ordering inventory that will not be sold right away. Slower sales or seasonality won’t make your payments any bigger. And since eligibility is based primarily on revenue from debit and credit transactions, perfect cash flow isn’t a mandatory requirement for approval. Apply now to see how much you qualify for!