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    The Pros And Cons Of Selective Invoice Finance

    Selective invoice finance (SIF) has a number of pros and cons when compared with a whole turnover (WT) facility.It should be noted that there are many similarities between both SIF and WT, for example, both types of facility deliver cash flow improvements, both have credit control, bad debt protection and confidentialty options.This is an explanation of the key differences....

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    Selective Invoice Finance For New Starts - No Minimums

    Selective invoice finance for new starts can be the most flexible option when you first launch you new start businesses. When you launch your new start you are always going to be uncertain that it will take off and that you will achieve the level of turnover that you hope for, but you may still want the benefit of funding against your invoices before they are paid, to improve your cash flow....

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    Selective Invoice Finance Price

    This is an example of a selective invoice finance price that we found for a customer recently.With this particular client, they already had a recourse factoring facility, but they wanted to take over handling the collections (credit control) themselves. Some companies prefer to handle the credit control themselves, others choose to outsource the function.They also only had a very small borrowing...

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    Selective Invoice Finance Fast

    This is an example of just how we can get selective invoice finance fast for a client - we can ensure a fast turnaround for you if you need help quickly.In this particular case we were contacted by a car repair body shop that was looking for a selective invoice finance facility. They contacted us on a Sunday, we introduced one of our funding partners, that specialises in car body repair shops, on...

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Examples of just a few of our finance partners:

castle
positivecashflow
nucleus
ultimate finance group
closebrothersinvoicefinance
hitachi