Cash flow issues in business

Businesses need to keep capital moving throughout their operations in order to fulfil their orders, provide services, manage suppliers, and pay staff. 

So what happens when a cash flow problem gets in the way? 

Although it seems that the ultimate indicator of a successful business might be making a healthy profit margin, ensuring that there’s a steady flow of cash on a day-to-day basis is vital to the overall survival – and growth – of a business. 

But don’t worry. If a company is experiencing cash flow issues, there are some things that business owners can do to get things running smoothly again.

Time Finance plc (LON:TIME) is an AIM-listed business specialising in the provision or arrangement of funding solutions to UK businesses seeking to access the finance they need to realise their growth plans. Time Finance can fund businesses or arrange funding with their trusted partners through Asset Finance, Invoice Finance, Business Loans, Vehicle Finance or Asset Based Lending.

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