Cash is king. Nowhere more so than in small business – it enables the purchasing of stock, paying of staff and contractors or even paying debts. It also enables small businesses to invest in new opportunities or innovate – but cash for these businesses can be a little bit chicken and egg. Which comes first?
On average 50% of new businesses fail within the first five years. In their time of need, many small businesses will turn to brokers like you for guidance – and your help could get them out of a tight spot. In fact super fast, short-term business finance did just that for one of our clients.
There is a lot of stigma attached to short term lending. And with good reason in some cases. But, the reality is that almost every business at some stage will need access to finance – and that’s not something to be ashamed of. Short term finance can help businesses react to changing situations or take advantage of new opportunities.
Making headlines over the past week has been the big news surrounding the Federal Government’s extension of the Instant Asset Write-Off program. In a nutshell, they’ve extended the existing program to continue until the end of calendar year, 31 December 2020.
To help clients make the most of this opportunity, we’re offering $500 off the standard documentation fee until EOFY.