Category Archives: Invoice Finance Articles

This is a collection of articles and FAQ’s about various invoice finance products and services such as: Factoring and Invoice Discounting

Sending Invoices – ensure invoice terms are correct and always phone ahead

Despite the mountainous levels of outstanding overdue invoices owed to UK SME’s which in turn is causing extensive late payment...
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Small business finance options in response to ongoing criticism of banks

Since the start of the recession, banks have been lambasted for a variety of different issues and Vince Cable’s recent...
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Investment or invoice finance as a business funding solution?

Now some time has passed since the credit crunch, the availability of commercial finance has now moved on from the...
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When too big to fail becomes too big to bail

Just as hopes for UK economic stability and recovery were gathering momentum, this month has been plagued with speculation over...
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Banks, Bailouts and the demise of Business Link from Factoring Finance

We engage with many small to medium sized businesses each and every day and hear all sorts of mixed...
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Late Payment Problems?

The Cheque is on the post? I’ve not had your invoice? The boss is on holiday/sick/playing golf today so can’t...
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Invoice Finance news – Liverpool firm sees growth

Liverpool- based ‘Work Wear North Ltd’ set for growth after securing an invoice factoring facility A Liverpool based supplier of work...
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Invoice Factoring – better than an overdraft

Overdrafts are repayable on demand....With factoring or invoice discounting, as long as you don’t breach the terms of the facility agreement it is not possible for the facility to be withdrawn
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Factoring and improved cash flow – FAQ’s for SME’s

Invoice Factoring, or Factoring as its more commonly known is a form of invoice finance used by businesses ranging from SME’s to corporate multinationals. A business is advanced a percentage of their outstanding sales invoices by the invoice finance lender and when the customer pays the business’ outstanding sales invoice, the lender takes back the percentages loaned, plus any fees.
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