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Are you losing thousands of dollars in your business because of a lack of business cash flow? Then invoice finance is the solution for you!
Australian small and medium sized businesses often find themselves faced with wonderful market place opportunities, but miss out because of strict lending criteria of banks or when cash flow is tied up in unpaid invoices. An excellent alternative solution is invoice finance, also known as debtor finance or cash flow finance.
Businesses mostly operate on credit. This means as your sales increase, a lot of your cash may be tied up in your debtors’ books for the coming 60 to 120 days at least. But at the same time, there are expenses that need to be incurred to keep your business going. The lack of cash flow can have a devastating effect on your business operation and this is where you can take advantage of obtaining invoice finance.
With each sale, an invoice is generated by the business. These invoices can be used as guarantee to get instant cash. Good financial institutions can provide up to 90 percent cash against your sales invoices. Invoice financing can be used as a cash flow solution by different types of companies and businesses; from regional to multinational and from newly setup businesses to financial giants. All you need is outstanding invoice payments on your sales ledger and you can qualify for invoice financing.
The process of invoice financing can be carried out in two ways; invoice discounting and factoring discounting. Both of these methods generate instant cash for your business once you apply for it. The invoice balance minus the bank charges is paid to your business as soon as the customer settles the amount on the invoice. The main difference between both the methods is that the latter also provides additional benefits like debt collection and management of the sales ledger with additional charges. So the factoring method can be considered as a better option for small businesses that are doing most of their dealings with direct credit.
With this system, you are able to get cash flow to keep your working capital stable and to ensure smooth running of your business activities. So if you need cash and have outstanding sales invoices, then invoice financing is the right option for you.
At Intellichoice, we are often asked about invoice financing and how it can help businesses grow.
In its simplest form, Invoice financing is simply a short term form of borrowing – basically you are borrowing against a percentage of the value of outstanding invoices which means the business gets the money in earlier than it normally would.
We are always looking for the better option to help businesses get ahead, and now, in association with Intellichoice, I can say that I have reached a special point where we have enormous resourses at our fingertips.
Intellichoice’s wide range of funding solutions in International Trade Finance, Debtor Finance, Business & Development Finance means that we can more readily bring the right solutions to our clients’ businesses. Moreover, we wish to be a solid partner in the ongoing financing of your businesses, ensuring that our clients’ businesses continues to reach their ultimate potential.