Around 10% of the UK is considered to have bad or adverse credit, and have admitted they may never be debt free.
John Davies, director of Just Cashflow, provides eight top tips for businesses to plan ahead and avoid cash flow problems this financial year.
Organisations wanting to take advantage of business opportunities overseas need to find a way to make reliable credit risk decisions in an unfamiliar context. This can present challenges, particularly at a time when there is still financial uncertainty in many European nations.
Understanding the total cost of credit is critical to making sure you get the best deal on business finance.
Alternative lending such as peer-to-peer is here to stay, declared credit experts, but warnings associated with risk have been made.
Despite the recent economic upswing, financial risk remains a problem for businesses across all sectors. Marine Bochot, UK head of risk at Euler Hermes, provides her top five red flags to protect your business from bad debtors.
Family owned companies can be more stable than other firms, which could help to attract funding interest from new investors, says Taron Wade, Associate Director at Standard & Poor’s
In 2013, 90 per cent of UK businesses now accept payments online. But how many of these businesses are fully apprised of the facts when it comes to credit card fraud?
A Bank of England survey predicts availability of credit availability to expand by the largest amount since 2010.
Profitable SMEs are going bust due to a lack of credit, warns IT entrepreneur Gary David Smith.
Wonga wants to support SMEs through tough times, but the high-cost lender is controversial. Is Wonga for Business really a good place to go to when you need financial help?
As we turn the corner into the new financial year, what new resolutions will you be setting for your business?