• Cashflow finance can help business owners maximise potential.
    Cashflow finance can help business owners maximise potential.

Cash flow finance can help with the everyday management of your business, allowing you to take advantage of opportunities too good to miss, giving you the peace of mind that you have readily available working capital when you need it. Here's some advice from APPMA sponsor Finlease.

Two popular cash flow finance solutions are a Business Overdraft and a Term Loan. These may offer up to $300,000 available without the need to provide Real Estate as Security or Financials.

A Business Overdraft is a line of credit, suitable for ongoing cash flow management. With one account, you can cover current and future needs. Use your Business Overdraft to run marketing campaigns, purchase inventory and pay invoices.

A Term Loan is suitable for one-time capital purchases. These funds are deposited directly into your bank account and paid back over a period of time. This is a handy option when dealing with unique overseas suppliers or assets that banks don’t like to finance. A Term Loan can even help you purchase an existing business, refinance existing debt, or buy out directors and investors.

Ready to take your business to the next level? Get in touch with the Finlease team today and find out how they can help you access the cash flow finance you need to succeed. Finlease is a sponsorship partner of APPMA. To find out more about equipment finance solutions, get in touch with Scott Kemp from Finlease by calling 0448 400 141.


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