|WHAT COST TO YOUR BUSINESS IF YOU OR KEY MEMBERS OF STAFF ARE UNABLE TO WORK OR AWAITING CONSULTATION FOR
The pressures on the National Health Service today mean that waiting lists for both minor and major surgery are unacceptably high.
Long gone are the days when the state would look after you if you were ill or have had an accident and could not work.
The chances of you being unable to work through ill health at some stage in your career is much greater than you may think.
The means to opt for immediate private treatment is essential, but is private medical insurance affordable?
Premiums can vary from company to company with very little difference in benefit levels.
ACF will find you the most competitive scheme available that matches your needs and make sure that you continue to get the best advice in the future.
Our advisers can provide advice
Why not call us today on: 01480 471615
you can email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or use our online contact form
For more than 20 years we at Anglian Commercial Finance have built our business around a core value - always putting the interests of you, our customers, first.
Our purpose as a company is to work together to ensure you have the facility to check credit risks on new and existing clients and that your customers pay you. We are here to support you in doing that through these challenging times.
We want you to know that everyone at ACF is committed to helping you with all your financial needs. Serving you and keeping the team safe are our top priorities. We will do all we can to make it easy for you to connect with us in the way that you choose, whether over the phone on 01480 471615 or
online at email@example.com.
Everyone at Anglian Commercial Finance want to thank you for being a valued Client. We wish you and your loved ones continuing good health in the coming months.
From your ACF support team
COMPANIES IN DISTRESS The number of UK companies in financial distress has surpassed half a million, underlining the threat of a wave of business collapses from the coronavirus crisis. Distressed companies increased 3% to 506,946 in the first quarter of this year, according to figures from Begbies Tranor, the corporate restructuring business. If only 5% of these companies went into insolvency it would mean an additional 25,000 insolvent companies. That compares with a total number of corporate insolvencies last year of 17,196 according to the office of Statistics,
LATE PAYMENT Small and medium sized companies were owed a total of £23.4 billion in overdue bills at the end of 2019, an increase of £10.4 billion on 2018, recent research from BACS, the payment clearing organisation, found.
CASH FALLS BEHIND CREDIT CARDS Credit card payments have overtaken cash in British shops for the first time.Notes and coins were only the third most popular form of payment last year, the British Retail Consortium has said. Only £1 in every £5 spent over the counter was made in cash. Debit cards have remained the most popular payment method, amounting to more than half of all payments.