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Business Funding in Kent

Business Funding Kent, a solution to a challenge. Searching “business funding in Kent” AGAIN!? Small to medium businesses (SME’s) often struggle to find funders who will walk with them through the peaks and troughs of business. Economically, the UK market has been hammered (relentlessly) Although 2024 is in its early

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Your Partnership Invoice Finance Team

Your Partnership Invoice Finance Team Successful business starts with a team dedicated to making it happen. Meet your Partnership Invoice Finance team, a diverse group of experienced professionals united by their common work ethics and goals: Client service driven professionals who are helping small to medium businesses (SMEs) to achieve

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Cashflow in Tunbridge Wells

Find a business to improve cash flow near Tunbridge Wells. Are you struggling to find companies to help improve cashflow near Tunbridge Wells? While the town itself is an affluent, thriving community, with many established businesses, appearances can be deceiving. Even in the most affluent of regions businesses often still

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History of The Budgets

The history of UK government budgets stretches back centuries, reflecting the changing economic and political realities of the nation. Today we will talk through some key points which have taken place over the years.   The early years: In July of 1694 the Bank of England was founded, marking the

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What is Invoice Finance?

What is invoice finance? What is invoice finance? Through invoice finance, a company sells its accounts receivable (invoices due to be paid) to improve its working capital. And this in turn helps businesses pay employees and suppliers, improve cash flow, and invest in operations and growth earlier than if they

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The PIF owl standing on the steps of 11 Downing Street

Preparing for the Spring budget

Preparing for the Spring budget On the 6th of March 2024 Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will bring forward his second Spring Budget, and with it comes a flurry of speculation and anticipation. For small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the Budget is a key event, offering a chance to see how the

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A Guide To Rental Agreements

A Guide to Business Rental Agreements in the UK Your office (or shop) is your businesses home, it will be your hub, your control centre, or whatever name you wish to give it – it’s yours. Running a business in the UK involves navigating legal contracts, and one of the

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Commercial Rental Terms

Commercial rental terms UK Most business owners in the UK will have some form of property rental to support their business. Whether that be a one-person office, a two-story teched out building, or even a warehouse for stock and deliveries – commonly, a form of space is required. Rental leases

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Chasing Christmas Debt

Chasing Christmas Debt It’s time for what a lot of business owners find harder to do than swallowing the last bite of Christmas dinner – chasing Christmas debt. Over the festive period invoicing, accounting, and bank reconciliation can take a dip. But now we’re into a New Year – and

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