You need cashflow to keep your business running - not just to start it

You Don't Just Need Cashflow to Start Your Business; You Need Cashflow to Stay in Business!

Posted: 13th February 2018

“The most important word in the world of money is cashflow” – Robert Kiyosaki, Author of the best selling finance book of all time, ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’.

If anyone should know, Mr Kiyosaki should. As the business man, and bestselling author of ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’, he has been advising the world for decades on the importance of a fluid cashflow.

So how can you control your cashflow easily, efficiently and cost effectively as influential business leaders deem so important?

The answer – Invoice Factoring!

Whether your business is big or small, the importance of cashflow is just the same.

You Don’t Just Need Cashflow to Start Your Business

You need cashflow to stay in business!

Sadly, it’s this lack of cashflow that sees 20% of businesses fail in their first year.  And a further half of businesses fail within their first five years. 

That’s why we at Calverton Finance, leaders in invoice finance, offer market leading invoice factoring solutions to SME businesses across the UK. Invoice factoring completely supports a business’s cashflow, it provides a working capital for businesses to use to cover late payers, overheads, unexpected bills and expansion. Factoring advances monies owed to a company for business they have already supplied and invoiced.

Maintaining a Constant and Fluid Cashflow

Can be exhausting for a business. They can end up spending more time chasing money than making it. As our Managing Director, Mark Bryne, explains, “as small businesses grow, cashflow becomes more demanding. Worrying about your cashflow everyday can become wearing and draining. Our job is to take away that worry and relieve the constant pressure.”

Thankfully, invoice factoring brings peace of mind to over 40,000 UK businesses already seeing the benefits of this type of alternative finance.

It’s far more flexible than traditional funding – for example, a loan or overdraft from a bank.  A business is not borrowing money, nor is it in debt.  Factoring is cost effective and it grows with your business so as well as being flexible, it’s adaptable too.

Here’s How it Works...

  • You issue the invoice to your customer as you normally would.
  • You upload a copy on our safe and secure online portal.  
  • We pay you up to 90% of that invoice value within 24 hours.
  • Our team chase payment, acting as your own ‘branded’ in-house credit control dept.
  • We receive payment of said invoice.
  • You receive the remaining balance.
What’s more, it’s easy to set up and usually a business is ready to use the facility within a couple of weeks.

So take back control of your cashflow today and get in touch with our highly trained and highly experienced team, here at Calverton Finance. 

Contact us for more information.