- 07 Nov
Advances Against Government Funding Instalments With Education Finance
Education finance provides advances against your government funding instalments so that you don't have to wait to get paid before you make expenditure. You can use those funds immediately boosting your working capital position and ironing out the lumpy nature of cash flow in the education sector.
Advances Against Government Funding Instalments
Waiting for the Government to pay your funding instalments can cause cash flow pressures for organisations within the education sector. Education sector finance is a kind of specialist funding that puts you in control of when you receive your payments, instead of having ot wait between instalments of your annual budget. It can smooth your cash flow so you can better manage your payments for expenditure, and invest when you need to.
You only pay for what you use so there are no minimum monthly fees to worry about.
The funding is calculated against your annual payment profile for the whole year, so you can get funding up front i.e. advances, to be able to:
- Arrange courses.
- Purchase new equipment.
- Take on new staff.
Education finance provides advances against government funding and can be provided to:
- Help smooth out the lumps in your cash flow.
- Allow you to invest in special projects.
- Enable you to fund growth in demand.
- Put you in control of your annual budget.
Organisations That We Can Help
These specialist funders are able to help a wide range of organisations within the education services sector, including:
- Training providers - including independent training companies.
- Apprenticeships providers.
- Higher education and Universities.
- Further education.
- 28 Jun
Cash Flow Loans
We have had enquiries recently seeking cash flow loans, and we have also seen several of the invoice finance companies extend their product portfolios to include business loans.The purpose of a cash flow loan is normally to finance the trading of a company, maybe to handle large orders or to enable the company to pursue business growth.REQUEST A QUOTEThe terms offered have varied widely. We have...
- 14 Jun
New Rates For Marketinvoice Business Loans
Marketinvoice, are members of our funding panel, and have just released new rates for their business loans.The new business loan rates are from 1% per month.Loan terms and criteria are as follows:REQUEST A CALL FROM MARKETINVOICEIn addition to loans, Marketinvoice also offer a range of different receivables financing services, including selective, full turnover options and fixed fee options.Read...
- 08 Jun
Bridging Loan Price - Updated Cost From One Of Our Panel Of Lenders
One of our panel of finance companies have just advised their new price for bridging loans.The bridging loan price is 0.91% per month, rolled up interest, with a set bullet payment at the end of the term of the loan.Bridging loans can be used to purchase commercial property in situations where rapidly agreed funding is necessary in order to make a purchase. Often, a mortgage application may be in...
- 10 Apr
Card Payment Advances From Nucleus Commercial Finance
We have just had some new literature through from Nucleus Commercial Finance regarding their Business Cash Advance product, BCA.We have previously documented their BCA offering, but below are the key details once again.The card payment advance is available to companies that take payments via a card machine. You can borrow up to 120% of your total monthly card payments, up to a maximum of...
- 05 Mar
Topping Up Invoice Finance With A Business Loan
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- 21 Feb
Need A 100K Business Loan?
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- 16 Feb
How Business Loans Compare Between Lenders
I had an interesting request recently, one of my contacts wanted my input regarding how a new business loan company was likely to fit into the marketplace, and what the existing market space was like. It prompted me to jot down a few points about business loans that others might find useful.There does seem to be a growing demand for business loans at present. We have a number in the pipeline...
- 08 Nov
Business Cash Advance Against PDQ Machine Receipts
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- 21 Sep
Nucleus Commercial Finance Lowers Unsecured Loan Rates
Business loan rates from just 7%.We have just been advised that Nucleus Commercial Finance have lowered their unsecured business loan rates. Their interest rates now start from a 7% flat rate, to borrow up to £100K with no additional security, just a personal guarantee.The loan rate is determined according to the credit status of your company, and the term of the loan that you require. The...
- 12 Jul
"Please increase overdraft" - it sounds like a desperate plea to your bank manager!Many UK businesses use this kind of traditional bank finance, our high growth business research found fast growth businesses relying on loans (43%) and overdrafts (31%). We also found that 44% of startups that used loans or overdraft told us that they had less funding than they needed for their business.The...