Debtor Finance at a glance
Cashflow can make or break a business. Debtor finance, also known as invoice factoring, can streamline cashflow, making income regular and reliable.
It is not a loan.
In a nutshell, debtor finance means that when you set up your facility with a provider, upon invoicing a client, that provider will pay up to 80 percent of the invoice to you, often within 24 hours of it being lodged. When your client pays, you receive the rest, minus a small fee. No waiting and no worrying.
Is Debtor Finance right for my business?
Businesses of all sizes and types can benefit from debtor finance – if you would like to improve the consistency of your cashflow, it might just be the right choice for you.
Growth-oriented businesses, start-ups and even businesses with tax challenges can all benefit. As long as you sell to other businesses on credit terms and have current, undisputed invoices, you will most likely qualify. Even if your business has just one customer, the funding you need is quite likely available through Cashflow Finance.
Get Access to Your Cash Tied up in Debtor’s Books
Does your small business sell goods on credit terms? While it is a perfectly acceptable business practice, credit sales can put extreme pressure on the cash flow of a small business.
Our debtor finance solutions allow you quick access to cash advance against a percentage of the value of your cash receivables.
We work with business in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and across Australia. As a debtor financing provider, we offer high advances on low, business-friendly rates. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our services.