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Many established businesses are well run and fundamentally sound, yet constantly suffer from a debilitating shortage of cash which can eventually lead to the breakdown of profitable trading.

Invoice Discounting solves this problem. You continue to receive your customer's payments and manage your sales ledger and credit control activities. Invoice Discounting will give you a prepayment facility against your invoices of up to 80% and the balance when your customers pay.



The Benefits to you are:
  • No more cash flow headaches, leaving you free to concentrate on growing your business.
  • Receive cash on delivery but still give your customers the credit terms they have always enjoyed.
  • Improve your return on capital invested.

The service costs are divided into two areas:
  • Service charge and low interest loan.
  • Most companies find the finance costs less than a normal overdraft.
  • It depends entirely on your individual requirements and the workload involved.
  • As a guide, the service charge for invoice discounting would be in the range 0.2% to 0.7% of annual turnover.
  • The finance would be around 2% to 2.5% over base rate.


Why not call us today on: 01480 471615

you can email us at: info@angliancommercialfinance.co.uk

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