Merchant cash advances are a form of debt finance also known as asset finance, explains the Business Finance Guide, published jointly by the Association of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ACAEW) and the British Business Bank.
The world of finance is constantly evolving, meaning it’s important to keep up if you want to take advantage of its endless potential
A bridging loan is designed to support you during a lull in your finances, helping to ‘bridge’ the gap. This may mean using a bridging loan to see you through the selling of one property and the purchase of another, or it may mean using bridge finance to help you take advantage of a limited-time offer, such as an auction purchase, property development or commercial expansion. [Read more…]
There are companies offering quick loans online. You just have to follow simple steps,and, in a few minutes, your loan will go directly to your bank account. There are different terms and conditions offered by every company. There are also different amounts that you can borrow and requirements for the repayment of the loans. [Read more…]
Money management seems straightforward, but the truth is that it can be very tricky. There are many situations where people end up with expenses that they had not anticipated, and this can be very stressful and frustrating. However, if you are aware of the situations that can lead to this, you can be more proactive in preventing them. [Read more…]
There’s a lot of loan companies out there who will claim to have your best interests at heart. But they’ll charge high rates, have hidden fees or even penalise you for paying extra off your loan. All these things make more money for them, but can leave you worse off. So how can you pick loan company you know you can trust? At Car Cash Point, we have the answer. [Read more…]
I hate to admit this but my parents, who of all people taught me the value of personal finance, found themselves stuck in the revolving door of payday loans. I had no judgement because we’re all adults but it was disheartening to see it happen since these were my loved ones. [Read more…]
I think I’d be correct in saying there’s a book or numerous books with the title “Get Out of Debt Now,” read by numerous people, but how many of those people who read these books can honestly say that they’re debt free? It’s not so much that these types of self-help books are useless, but rather that these are mainly only for motivation and for getting readers in the right frame of mind to want to get out of debt so badly or implement whatever it is they’re reading about that they take active steps to make it happen, beyond reading the book. [Read more…]