Target Business Assist launch new Invoice Finance website to help businesses get all of their invoices paid on time in 2013
Historically January is one of the worst months of the year for companies to get paid by their debtors, resulting in financial problems for creditors. Target Business Assist has launched a new website to help companies remove the risk of not being paid by using Invoice Finance.
London (PRWEB UK) 31 December 2012
Independent factoring broker Target Business Assist have this month launched their new, improved website.
The new website includes in-depth information on invoice factoring including the process of invoice factoring and discounting, what it costs, a step by step procedure as well as information on selecting the right provider and a factoring glossary. You can also download a free PDF factoring guide.
Nick Cookson, Business Development Manager of Target Business Assist said, “We wanted to make our website user friendly and easy to navigate with comprehensive information and advice on the services we offer. The new site will make it easier for visitors to learn about invoice finance and how it can help their business and improve cash-flow."
Other features of the new website include information on business debt, insolvency, liquidation and CVA information, as well as a comprehensive guide to business finance, business loans and funding.
The new website is just part of a recent expansion programme. They have just relocated to new premises in The Warrant House, Altrincham having outgrown their offices in Handforth due to a surge in business.
Target Business Assist are an independent broker whose highly experienced business advisor's offer a free service to all sizes and sectors of business.
Because they are not tied to any one lender they are able to find you the best factoring provider. They pride themselves in excellent customer service and always deliver the best support and advice in helping you to manage your finance and improve your cash-flow.
For more information on how Target Business Assist can help you please visit;
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