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Benefits of Customer Invoice Finance

Fuel Business Growth

Free up cash within your business to use however you like. Pay employees, buy more stock or use it to improve your business.

No Collateral Needed

With Customer Invoice Finance, there is no need to put your home up as collateral. Keep your assets to yourself while you fund your business.

Same Day Funds

Receive funds from your customers unpaid invoices the same day of your request. Eliminate the burden of financial stress.

What is Customer Invoice Finance?

At AddCash Finance we can offer you a viable alternative to traditional banks with Customer Invoice Finance. We’ll provide you with fast business finance up to 80% of your unpaid Customer invoice value. Once your Customers pay, we will then give you the remaining balance, less our fees. This is an easy straightforward solution to your business’s cashflow position and will help you move ahead and reach your business goals more easily.

Why AddCash Finance?

At AddCash Finance, we’ve been providing businesses with cashflow solutions for over 15 years. With services uniquely tailored to Small and Medium businesses, we pride ourselves on providing a customer invoice finance facility with the level of quality equal to a large sophisticated lender. In addition, it’s affordable to set up, easy to work with and puts you back in control of day-to-day cashflow.

Recent News

Six Signs you could use AddCash Customer Invoice Finance

  • Posted by AddCash Finance
  • On July 10, 2019
Not being in control of your business’ finance can be a frightening thought. Working on credit, trying to meet payroll and tax commitments plus trying to invest back into the business to grow, creates an uncomfortable situation.
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Are overdrafts and credit cards the right funding tool?

  • Posted by AddCash Finance
  • On June 27, 2019
Over the past two or more years the biggest challenge for small to medium businesses is getting enough cash to effectively run the business. It’s not uncommon for a profitable business to have cashflow problems, and this is especially true when new growth and sales opportunities come up. 
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