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Accounts Receivable Financing

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Accounts receivable financing refers to a short-term financing method in where accounts receivable are collateral for cash advances. For example, if a company sells products through credit card purchases and always has a certain balance of purchases on which it is waiting to be repaid by the credit card companies, it can use this balance as collateral for a loan.

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