Accounts receivable financing is one of today's hottest marketed business strategies. It involves borrowing against your receivables on an interest-only basis and then investing the proceeds in a tax-deferred annuity or life insurance product. The first goal is to successfully arbitrage the simple interest you pay on the loan against the compounded growth within the annuity or life insurance product to increase your retirement funding. The second goal is to remove the value of the accounts receivable away from the reach of business creditors and place it into an asset protected environment. But are these goals really met? Yes or No, depending on how the program is structured. Not all accounts receivable financing programs are alike and, as you may find out too late, nobody looks out for your interests in these transactions. Financing Accounts Receivable for Retirement and Asset Protection presents a candid look at the subject, including the mechanics of such programs, economic underpinnings, asset protection and tax issues. An overview of the types of annuities and life insurance products used in accounts receivable financing is included, plus information on alternative programs, factoring and finding the right program for you.