Working Capital Options for You

By Adarsh Dutt

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  • Working Capital refers to the amount of cash your business procures after accounting for short term debts. It helps judge the financial health of your business – a simple way to assess your performance at any time.

    Why growth can lead to cash flow problems

    Although ironic it is quite often a problem for small businesses that are growing too fast. If you are offering all your clients a 30 or 60 or even 90 day credit term period you may be just increasing your accounts receivable without increasing your cash inflow, which can negatively impact your cash-flow.

    Access Additional Working Capital

    1. Unsecured Business Loans -> short term facility to give you access to funds up to a certain limit for business expenses
    2. Line of Credit -> access funds up to a certain limit and only pay interest on amount of money you use
    3. Invoice Finance -> access funds using accounts receivables ledgers as collateral
    4. Hire Purchase -> Used to buy plant, machinery and equipment for business
    5. Personal Loans -> Bridge Cash Flow gaps

    It’s great that Australian businesses have lots of choice when it comes to accessing additional working capital that can help your business grow prominently. To understand the in depths about your businesses working capital feel free to get in contact with one of our experts and book your free discovery call.

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Adarsh Dutt
Strategic Business Accountant
I am highly passionate about helping small business owners save more time and money through automating lazy accounting tasks using cloud-based accounting technologies so you can spend time with your family, fulfil your passions and do the things you love!

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