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Phone: 1300 00 8332
Fax: 07 5547 8731

Email accounts@tdfc.com.au
Mail PO BOX 646
Jimboomba
QLD, 4280

Need to Improve Cash Flow with Factoring just before the Christmas Break?

By Factoring Consultants | December 13, 2012

8 Weeks is a long time. Often small to medium business are strung out over the Christmas break, putting a huge strain on their Cash flow early in the new year.

Use this to your advantage. Get funding on your invoices so that you have the cash to sustain the long wait, and hit the ground running in 2013.

There are no lock in contracts, selective Invoice Factoring, and normal Debtor Finance products.

How it works: It is simple, you can get advanced up to 80% of the invoice value, should you need, with 24- 48 hours. You receive the final 20% of the invoice when the debtor pays their account.

Security needed to Factor: In most cases all you need is a personal Guarantee and the debtors as security. In most extreme cases of one on one factoring, or in construction, property security may be required.

How long does Debtor Finance take to set: In most cases in less that two weeks. As long as the client has all the required paperwork its a fast process.

Lastly how do Trade Debtor Finance Consultants Pty Ltd Help? Our firm offers a complete run-down of all Factoring facilities available  With over 22 lenders in support we supply in most cases up to 4 options with a written obligation free quote. Our firm again provides complete support for the life of the loan, should it be required, at no cost to your firm.

If you would like more information, please go to our website www.tradedebtorfinance.com.au and or email our office with an inquiry sales@tdfc.com.au

Increase your Cash flow over the Christmas Period with Factoring Invoices

Increase your Cash flow over the Christmas Period with Factoring Invoices

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