Gilts drop in response to rising inflation, and interest rates expected to rise sooner than forecast, reports the FT.
Rising interest rates will increase cash payouts on interest on debt says Cash for Invoices - the single invoice finance specialist from London.
Lost cashflow can be restored says Cash for Invoices using invoice finance.
What is invoice finance? Cash for Invoices Limited - the single invoice finance specialist, explains:
In essence, a SME that has trade receivables for goods or services supplied, can sell an invoice to Cash for Invoices Limited and get cash, sooner than the invoice payment date, which could be months in the future.
The SME can use the cash for its business, such as pay trade creditors, salaries or to buy raw materials.
Cash for Invoices Limited provides cashflow when needed by the SME, meaning there is no commitment to sell an invoice if there is no need for cash at that point in time.
There are no charges over the SME assets and no fees except the charge to receive cash in advance of the invoice payment date.
Invoice finance is an effective alternative where a SME needs cashflow quickly and occasionally.
Invoice finance releases the cash tied up in invoices and which is therefore idle cash, and enables the SME to use it more productively or to avoid financial distress and a liquidity crisis, says Cash for Invoices Limited.
Cash for Invoices Limited specialises in single invoice finance, so the SME sells one invoice not its entire sales ledger.
For a free no-obligation quote to sell an invoice for cash, contact Cash for Invoices Limited (email)