Purchase Order Financing

Turn Purchase Orders Into Funding for Your Business

How does Purchase Order Financing Work?

Purchase order financing is a cash advance that small-business owners can receive on their purchase orders. With PO financing, a lender will pay your third-party supplier up to 100% of the costs required to produce and deliver the agreed-upon goods to your customer.

Once your customer receives the goods, you invoice them for the fulfilled order, and they pay the purchase order financing company directly. Then, the PO financing company deducts its fees and pays you the rest.

How Do I Know If I Qualify for Purchase Order Financing?

  • Id & social (color / front & back
  • Copy of all 3 credit reports (full) 640+ All 3!
  • Identify que log in- credit to monitor service to verify credit score
  • 6 months bank statements
  • 2-year tax returns
  • Articles and corporation Proof of business EIN#
  • Proof of invoice or purchase order
  • Executive Summary


We need the same information on anyone else who owns 20% or more of the business.


Other Solutions

Invoice Factoring

Invoice Factoring is used to finance businesses with short-term cash flow issues, especially when your business doesn’t qualify for a traditional bank loan or any other alternative solution.

Invoice Factoring is a financial transaction and a type of debtor finance in which a business
sells its accounts receivable to a third party at a discount. A business will sometimes factor
its receivable assets to meet its present and immediate cash needs

Ideal for:

  • Must invoice business or government customers who have good credit scores and established businesses.
  • Typically, no startups fit into this category of funding. Funding is dependent upon the creditworthiness of your business’ customers
  • Invoices must be unencumbered by other loans and due and payable within 90 days
  • No history of legal or tax issues