A business overdraft can come in particularly useful as a safety net for accessing working capital in times of need. It can also be a really good way of establishing a working capital buffer for when you need the cash quickly.
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Business overdrafts - how do they work?
Business overdrafts work by allowing you to continue to access funds after your business' account balance falls below zero, giving you greater cash flow flexibility.
Business credits cards are an alternative to overdrafts, which work in a similar way to personal credit cards - but with features like expenses tracking and the ability to add employees to the same account.
Revolving credit facilities are very similar to overdrafts in the sense that they provide a consistent source of business funding with a pre-approved limit.
Merchant cash advances could be another viable option, allowing you to advance cash against your future card sales, with flexible repayments and the ability to top up once a portion of the advance has been repaid.
7.63% APR Representative based on a loan of £50,000 repayable over 24 months. Monthly repayment of £2,252.94. The total amount payable is £54,070.56
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