Invoice Finance

How are late payments affecting SMEs?

Late payments are something that businesses across the country suffer from and they can cause a great deal of stress for business owners. The general payment terms are 30, 60 or 90 days in which goods or services must be paid for however 90 days can seem like a long time to wait for customers to pay - especially if there are other payment commitments to meet.

Our Crucial Cashflow Guide

Cashflow is something that is at the forefront of every business and is something that business owners must manage, plan and forecast. Below is our cashflow guide which explains why cashflow is important and how effective management can better your business. 

What is cashflow?

The definition of cashflow is simple. It refers to the cash flowing in and out of your business during a specific period of time. Cashflow is an indication for the financial health of a business and determines whether a business can pay its current liabilities.

Why Invoice Finance isn’t just for new businesses

Invoice Finance is a funding option that can be suitable for an array of businesses, whether they be big or small, new or long-established and varying in sector. One assumption about Invoice Finance is that is more suitable for new start-up businesses but there are actually a whole range of reasons as to why Invoice Finance can be perfect for mature businesses too.

Invoice Finance for mature businesses

Future-proofing your business to prepare for change

If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that life can throw anything our way, no matter how prepared we think we are. The Coronavirus pandemic threw the world of business into disarray, with almost every business being forced to change the way that they work. Though the last 18 months have been an extremely difficult, many of the UK’s businesses continue to power on and recover, proving it is not impossible to survive when the unexpected happens.