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Invoice Financing Can Help Your Start-Up

Invoice Financing Can Help Your Start-Up - UK. There is a great deal of planning that goes into any business start-up, and the majority of the initial planning revolves around finances. A business plan is put together that outlines how...

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Can Factoring Save Your Business?

Business owners work countless hours to make their dreams come true. But every dream has its ups and down, which can break the spirit of anyone. For the entrepreneurs who stay with it and get their companies past the initial start-up...

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Use Invoice Discounting To Fund Payroll

Your invoices continue to pile up and your employees need to be paid their wages. Each and every day, UK business owners struggle to maintain the balance between a slow sales ledger and the needs of their employees. Whether you are...

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Factoring OilField Companies in the UK

Thirty- to 90-day pay terms are standard in the oil industry and slow payment turnaround is all too common. Some larger companies are more flexible but the smaller oilfield and oilfield transportation companies often need additional help...

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Invoice Financing Can Work for Small Business

The Bank of England’s Credit Conditions Survey for Q4 2012 showed trends in lending for the businesses in the UK. While the Funding for Lending Scheme was crucial to increased credit availability for the corporate sector, demand from SMEs...

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Can Factoring Stabilize Cash Flow?

Cash flow is a discussion topic that is near and dear to the hearts of business owners throughout the UK. Without cash flow, a company will find it difficult to accomplish any of its short-term or long-term goals. The thing that most...

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Can Patent Box Legislation Help Businesses?

Introduced in the Finance Bill 2012, Patent Box Relief – or PBR – is a tax break for businesses that is designed to promote innovation. Profits that businesses make from exploiting patents will attract a reduced corporate tax rate from 24...

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