By putting additional working capital into your business through invoice finance, you can:
Avoid the need for fixed-term loans.
Cover your payroll and other regular commitments.
Invest in business growth.
Avoid long delays from slow-paying customers.
Credit terms of up to 120 days are not unusual. Invoice finance helps provide the funds you need to bridge that gap.
How invoice finance brokers help you
There are many different finance providers in the marketplace, offering differing forms of invoice finance. Each provider has their own criteria, terms and preferred markets.
It can be difficult for a business that’s unfamiliar with all these providers to find the option that’s right for them.
Invoice finance brokers, like JD Capital Finance, help businesses to quickly find the provider and arrangement that’s most appropriate for their needs.
We know what finance deals are available today, and we know what’s worked well for other businesses like yours. This allows us to match you quickly with a finance provider, and to help you through the application process.
If you think invoice finance might be right for your business, get in touch with us today.
As a founder of multiple businesses, Jamie believes that mindset, discipline and ambition are key drivers for success, both for his businesses and for his clients.
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Disclaimer: JD Capital Finance (Registered office -First Floor, Steeple House, Church Lane, Chelmsford, England, CM1 1NH, Registered Number 10128297) helps UK firms access business finance, working directly with businesses and their trusted advisors. We are a credit broker and do not provide loans ourselves. All finance and quotes are subject to status and income. Applicants must be aged 18 and over and terms and conditions apply. Guarantees and Indemnities may be required. JD Capital Finance can introduce applicants to a number of providers based on the applicants’ circumstances and creditworthiness. JD Capital Finance may receive a commission or finder’s fee for effecting such introductions.