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Optimise Working Capital Part 1

Sep 12, 2018 10:09:52 AM / by David Webster posted in managing cash flow, SMEs, accounting

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Optimising Working Capital

There are two types of organisations that look to free up cash flow and optimise their working capital.

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Why make the switch to cloud accounting?

Aug 29, 2018 11:14:56 AM / by David Webster posted in managing cash flow, SMEs, accounting

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Why make the switch to cloud accounting?

What is the cloud?

“The cloud” is one of those tech-y terms people tend to throw around but can’t clearly define. But what is it? And how can it be a benefit to your business?

The cloud is made up of a network of servers, each serving a different function, providing you an online capability. Some provide you with an online service, like MYOB or Xero, while some provide a storage function, such as Dropbox or Google Drive.

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Getting Cash Flowing

Aug 14, 2018 5:19:22 PM / by David Webster posted in business and finance, invoice finance, managing cash flow, cashflow, SMEs, funding

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Improving business cash flow

Cash flow is important

When business is going well, focus will inevitably fall on revenue and profits, and a business’s cash flow can sometimes get a little forgotten about. It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking things are going too well, but trouble with cash flow can affect businesses of any size. A case in point is the recent collapse of global retail chain Toys’R’Us.

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What is Invoice Finance? And how can it benefit your portfolio?

Aug 1, 2018 12:53:07 PM / by David Webster posted in business and finance, investing, invoice finance, alternative assets, diversification

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Investing in invoice finance

You may never have considered investing in invoice finance. You may not even have heard of it. The fact is, until recently, you wouldn’t have been able to invest in it at all unless you were a bank or financial institution. This new asset class has only been made available thanks to innovations in Australia’s rapidly developing fintech sector, giving investors more choice than ever. Timelio is at the forefront of this innovation and has developed a marketplace to connect investors directly with businesses looking to sell their invoices.

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What is Invoice Finance?

Jul 18, 2018 1:07:46 PM / by David Webster posted in business and finance, investing, invoice finance, cashflow, SMEs

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What is invoice finance and why could it be right for you?

There are a lot of terms thrown around when companies start talking about invoice finance: ‘Free up cash flow’; ‘Unlock your receivables’; ‘Factor your debtors’. But what is invoice finance and what does this actually mean for you as a business owner? Invoice finance, is, at its core, a way for businesses to access finance or funding to grow your business.

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Supply Chain Finance: What's It All About?

Jul 4, 2018 12:00:00 PM / by Adam Pinkus posted in supply chain finance, suppliers, supply chain, cashflow, SMEs, funding

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Supply Chain Finance: What's It All About?

Picture this. You run a business. It’s successful. You’re a supplier (subcontractor, etc.) to a large company (major retailer, major contractor, think big and corporate). You get an invitation to join their supply chain finance program. But what does that mean for you? And why is it being offered in the first place?

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Creating Security in Your Investment Portfolio

Jun 20, 2018 11:30:00 AM / by David Webster posted in financial security, investing, invoice finance, liquidity, alternative assets, diversification, security

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Creating Security in Your Portfolio

It’s the age-old battle when it comes to making any investment: risk vs reward. If your portfolio risk is too high there’s a good chance your investments can go bad and you’ll lose money, too low and your money could be tied up in investments that won’t yield large enough returns.

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Investing in Alternative Asset Classes

May 30, 2018 11:32:04 AM / by David Webster posted in investing, invoice finance, liquidity, alternative assets, diversification

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Investing in alternative asset classes

Alternative investments have been gaining more and more traction with mainstream investors in recent times. The reason? With a little research and consideration, their portfolios have been gaining a highly diverse, lower risk asset class that delivers consistent returns.

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The Evolution of Invoice Finance

May 16, 2018 9:51:24 AM / by David Webster posted in business and finance, investing, invoice finance, cashflow, SMEs

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Changing the Invoice Finance market

There is a lot of confusion and misinformation around invoice finance. In fact, a great deal of people have never even heard of it. Invoice finance is a way of getting funding by selling your customer’s unpaid invoices. The funder or buyer of the invoices can come in various guises, including banks, companies or private investors (peer-to-peer or P2P).

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How to compete with importers

Apr 19, 2018 12:53:37 PM / by Rhonda Locke posted in innovation, investors, invoice financing, small business, importing, cashflow

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How to compete with importers 

If a business is trying to compete only on price, they may find it hard to compete against cheaper imports. Wages, mass production and other competitive forces all work against locally produced products.

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