Archive for the ‘Financial Planning’ Category

Company Voluntary Arrangements are for Limited companies, so what happens if you are running a partnership? Find out where you can turn for help.

Routinely using an overdraft can seem like an unavoidable option as far as many small businesses are concerned. However, there are alternatives if you’re worried by the costs or potential consequences associated with an overdraft.

Alternative finance providers have seen demand for their services rising sharply as companies look to find new ways of accessing the funds they often need to survive.

What are the options if you want to exit the business and go and do something else or retire. What if it is insolvent?

The current austere climate has made it imperative for small businesses to tighten their purse strings, cut back on costs and eliminate undue expenses.

Numerous alternative lenders have been quick to fill in that void with an assortment of financing solutions, such as merchant cash advances, short-term working capital loans, and invoice factoring. But as more players enter the field, and the financing options expand, small business owners need to realize that all that glitters is not gold.

In the good old days. When your customers would walk into your store, pockets full of cash but technology has changed all of that and cash is now becoming obsolete.

Analysing five of the most successful start-ups from the last decade, identifying the clear behaviors which have aided their success and growth to go global.

For small and startup companies there are few more pressing concerns than cash flow. Finance is always required to keep the wheels of any enterprise in motion and when it seizes up the consequences can be damaging and even disasterous for small firms.

Every business is different, and so are its challenges and cash flow-related problems. Read here about the solutions #CashFlow #SmallBusiness