ACCOUNTANTS & REBATE FUNDING

Accountants can offer rebate funding to their clients as a viable financing alternative.

HELP CLIENTS NEEDING FUNDING FOR TAX PAYMENTS

Rebate funding can be a viable option for any of your business clients needing cash to pay tax payments to the IRS or state. These clients can get a 60 month term, the payments will be tax deductible, and there will be no personal guarantee with the transaction.  

HELP BUSINESS CLIENTS SEEKING TO EXPAND

Rebate funding may be a viable option for your business clients seeking to expand their businesses, if they have less than good personal credit or if their business type does not qualify for traditional bank financing.  This is because rebate funding has the following advantages:


1. It requires no minimum personal credit score to qualify.

2. It does not require positive financials in most cases.

3. It does not need to evaluate current cash flow (or see banking statements).

4. It gives a 60 month term for payback.

5. The payments are monthly and not daily or weekly.

6. It requires no upfront fees or out of pocket expenses.

7. It will further improve business credit as timely repayment is made.

8. It is fully tax deductible as a capital lease under IRS code 179.


HELP CLIENTS SEEKING TO PAY OFF DEBT

If your clients currently have any merchant cash advances with daily repayment(s), rebate funding may be a viable option for debt refinance or for getting additional working capital. This is because with rebate funding the cost, after the tax deductions will usually end up being somewhere between 19% and 23% simple interest, per year for 5 years.


A first time merchant cash advance can cost 18% to 30% for a one year term, plus fees. However, a second or third advance will likely cost a business between 35% and 45% for a 4 to 6 month term, and it will also have hefty origination fees. The total cost could be as high as 50% for 4 months or up to 150% in a year if renewed twice by the client when paid off halfway after each funding.


Rebate funding will not count as another "position" for merchant cash advance companies, and the payments will not change. Your business clients can expect the same payment due each month until they decide to pay off the remainder of the principal and sales tax due. They will pay factor rate interest which is not amortized. Each month they pay 1/60th of the sale price, 1/60th of the interest, and the factor rate interest added to that. At the end of the 60 months there is a $1 buyout and then your client owns the equipment outright. There is no prepayment penalty if they pay it off early.

Many rebate funding clients say that this is one of the simplest financial transactions that they have ever completed for their business.

HELP CLIENTS SEEKING NEW TAX DEDUCTIONS

Rebate funding will provide your clients with a substantial tax deduction for their business. 

If a client needs $30,000 in working capital for their business, they may be able to obtain that from financing a new in the box $60,000 enterprise class server that is overstocked and last generation. That transaction will give them a $60,000 tax deduction under IRS code 179, plus a server that can be used as a server or a computer, and a $30,000 rebate that is not considered taxable income. The client can use the rebate in any way they want for their business with no restrictions of any kind.

EARN A CONFIDENTIAL REFERRAL FEE IF YOUR CLIENT IS FUNDED

Your accounting practice can earn a confidential referral fee for each client that it refers that receives rebate funding from one of our network vendors.

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