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Finance Growth With Invoice Financing

Sep 01 2016 in Invoice Finance

Growing – Invoice financing can help

With Banks tightening their credit policies and relying on bricks and mortar for security. Businesses are finding it more difficult than ever to finance their business and in particular growth. Businesses opting for a more flexible funding partner are considering invoice financing as a possible solution.

Invoice financing – A flexible funding solutions for businesses

At BCashflow Positive we understand that not all growing companies will have the hard assets to match. We focus more on the strength of your debtors and the collectability of your invoices.

Our flexible invoice financing facility have helped many businesses that would have otherwise struggled to find funding, by releasing the cash tied up in their unpaid invoices.

How does invoice financing work?

Convert your invoices into cash in 3 easy steps.

  1. Invoice your client and send BCashflow Positive a copy
  2. BCashflow Positive advance you with up to 90% on the value of your invoices in 24 hours.
  3. We will credit the remaining 10% to you when your client pays us.

Click here to learn more about how it works.

How much does invoice financing cost?

We are transparent about fees so you will know what it will cost upfront. Our service cost 1.8%  for the first 30 days and 0.06% per day thereafter for up to 90 days. Click here to learn more about our pricing.

What are the benefits of invoice financing?

As a leading invoice financing company we believe in providing personable and fast cash flow solutions to our clients. Some key benefits are, funds in 24 hours, fast approval, access to decision makers, and no property security or monthly/quarterly onsite audits.

Our flexible finance solutions can be a source of working capital for startups and provide constant cash flow for growing businesses. It can help to cover the gap of slow payments and meet operating expenses.

Call us today on 1300 937 292 to improve your cash flow.