Cash flow solutions from Hilton-Baird
Irrespective of your sector and turnover, a healthy cash flow is an absolute necessity for any business to fulfil its potential. Just imagine what could be achieved if your customers paid on time and cash flowed freely within your business.
The Hilton-Baird Group makes this vision a reality. Comprising a commercial finance brokerage and debt collection agency, we are proven at introducing the most appropriate cash flow solutions to businesses of any shape or size.
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Solutions to improve your cash flow
Solutions to improve your cash flow, provided by the Hilton-Baird Group.
At Hilton-Baird Financial Solutions we recognise that every business is different and has its own unique funding requirements. As an independent broker that specialises in asset based finance, our access to a wide range of solutions and funders allows us to introduce facilities which best match your current needs as well as longer term objectives.
Late payments are a constant thorn in the sides of businesses of all sizes, but it needn’t be this way. Rather than spending your valuable time chasing overdue payments, outsourcing the responsibility to Hilton-Baird Collection Services, with its team of dedicated debt recovery specialists, could be the answer. Specialising in one-off debt recovery and ongoing credit control, Hilton-Baird will allow you to go back to focusing on what you do best: growing your business.
Amidst all the violence and the mind-games, Game of Thrones has taught us a lot about leadership and getting to the top. But did you also catch the credit control lessons the show has taught us along the way?
Here are nine credit control tips your business can learn from some of the hit TV programme’s most powerful characters.
With late payment and bad debts a common occurrence for many businesses today, it’s increasingly important to know your customers before committing to offering credit terms.
To do this you must obtain all the necessary business information about your customers before trading with them.
But what exactly do you need to know? Well, here are 8 important questions you should ask every customer and why.
Business leaders have slammed government plans to force small businesses to submit quarterly digital tax returns.
During last year’s Autumn Statement, George Osborne indicated that quarterly reporting for SMEs and self-employed taxpayers could be a possibility, coinciding with the government’s £1.3bn digital overhaul of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
But the controversial plans have been met with strong criticism across the business community.