Businesses benefit from choosing Kentucky accounts-receivable financing and invoice factoring programs. TCI Business Capital offers flexible programs and added services, making it North American’s number one factoring company.
Our creative and flexible financing solutions help a variety of business types. We have more than 20 years of experience in several industries.
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Businesses need steady cash flow to maintain and grow operations. Invoice factoring provides your business with reliable cash flow that grows as your business grows.
Turn your invoices into same-day cash with TCI Business Capital. We are the top choice for Kentucky accounts-receivable financing and invoice factoring programs.
For many industries, it’s common to wait 30 days or more for customer payment. Instead of waiting to get paid, our invoice factoring programs eliminate the cash-flow gap by providing you with same-day cash.
If your business is winning new contracts and needs cash to fulfill the work, accounts-receivable financing is your perfect solution. While we wait to get paid on your behalf, you can accept more contracts and maintain positive cash flow.
Many start-ups invest most of their cash to purchase equipment and supplies. Invoice factoring programs provide start-ups with financing for operating expenses while they grow their newly established business.
Sometimes, the amount of money available from a bank isn’t enough. If you need additional cash to stay caught up on bills, pay employees or invest in new resources, invoice factoring can provide you with the remaining amount.
If your credit isn’t the best, banks may not provide the capital you need. Your credit isn’t an issue with our Kentucky accounts-receivable financing programs as we look instead at the credit of your customers.
When the bank says “No,” TCI Business Capital says “Yes.” We provide working capital to companies that banks turn down.
It’s risky for a bank to lend to an individual or a business with a tax lien. For more than 20 years, TCI Business Capital has helped companies in a variety of situations including tax liens.
Bank workouts can be tough for a business that relies on cash to operate. If you lose the funding you depend on from your bank, turn to invoice factoring. We can fund your company within 24 hours.
Companies going through a reorganization can utilize debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing with TCI Business Capital. We have years of experience to make the process quick and simple to help get you back on your feet.
Kentucky is home to about 4.4 million residents. The state capital, Frankfort, is a smaller capital compared to others in the United States with only about 27,000 people. Louisville and Lexington-Fayette are the only cities in the state with six-figure populations.
Kentucky gets its nickname of the “Bluegrass State” because much of the land is covered by bluegrass, especially in the northern section.
The northwestern part of the state is boarded by the Ohio River and referred to as the “Western Coal Field” because of the large deposits in the area.
The Cumberland Plateau covers the eastern section of the state and is heavily forested. There are several hills and mountains. Black Mountain is the highest point reaching more than 4,100 feet.
Manufacturing, services and agriculture are the top industries for Kentucky.
Agriculture has always has been a leading industry because of the great farming conditions. Tobacco, soybeans, corn and wheat are the top crops grown and harvested in the state.
Many horses are Kentucky-bred as the state is known for its horse racing. The Kentucky Derby is held annually in May at Churchill Downs in Louisville. The derby is the oldest continuously held horse race in the United States.
Humana, a nonprofit health insurance company, calls Louisville its home. The organization is also a top employer for the state. Yum! Brands is also headquartered in Louisville. This fast-food-company corporation has familiar brands such as Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut.
Kentucky has many events, attractions and scenic places to visit.
Hillbilly Days has been observed for over 30 years. People from all over come to this parade dressed as hillbillies with a goal to raise money for crippled children.
Located south of Louisville, Mammoth Cave National Park is the longest known cave system in the world. It has more than 350 miles of paths to explore.
America’s favorite sports car, the Corvette, is featured in Bowling Green at the National Corvette Museum. The museum has more than 80 Corvettes on display.
One of the biggest events Kentucky offers is the Kentucky Derby. People, including celebrities, look forward to this annual event. Big hats, the garland of roses and the Mint Julep are just a few of the symbolic items that people think of when they think of the Kentucky Derby.
Other top attractions in the state include Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, Kentucky Horse Park, Cumberland Falls State Resort Park and the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory.
Abraham Lincoln was born in Hodgenville, Kentucky. He was the 16th president of the United States. He signed the Homestead Act, which gave settlers public land for a small fee. Lincoln also played a crucial role in the end of slavery, writing the Emancipation Proclamation which officially gave freedom to slaves.
Former professional boxer Muhammad Ali was born in Louisville. He had many achievements in the boxing ring including winning the heavyweight title three times and a gold medal at the 1960 summer Olympics. On June 3, 2016 Ali died at age 74, but will forever be remembered as one of “The Greatest.”
Many famous actors and celebrities are also from Kentucky. Here are just a few.