Your Business Money

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Your Business Money
Since we launched our website back in April 2015 we have constantly looked at ways to improve our services for business in the UK. Be it through the addition of new products, or another ‘hobnobbing’ interview on our ever popular blog.

In light of this we thought we’d produce a one-stop ‘Your Business Money‘ guide of everything we do.


Asset finance

Asset finance is a financial solution for businesses looking to purchase equipment without paying for it up-front. There are different types of asset finance, with the most popular being finance leasing and hire purchase. Learn more


Bridging loans

A bridging loan is a short-term funding option that ‘bridges’ the gap between upcoming debts and source of credit. It is a temporary loan secured against a property and is a popular option in property purchasing. Learn more


Business banking

A business bank account is essential for any business – whether you are a one-man contractor or a large firm with thousands of employees. There are many business account options with different account features based on your specific needs – including overdraft options, online banking, free business banking and interest on in credit balances. Learn more


Business energy

Whatever the size of your company energy bills can be a drain on your running costs. Heating, lighting and equipment are all essential to keep you functioning. It’s all too easy to get stuck on a tariff that’s sky high or simply not right for your business. Learn more


Business loans

Most businesses need a financial boost at some point in their life, either to get them started or give them the opportunity to expand. Your circumstances will determine which type of finance is best for your business – for example, businesses with large amounts of unpaid invoices are more likely to benefit from invoice finance. Learn more


Commercial mortgages

Funds raised through a commercial mortgage can be used for a variety of purposes such as buying your business premises, purchasing the whole of an established business or unlocking some of the capital tied up in the premises. Learn more


Development finance

Development finance is a solution where funds are required to undertake or complete a development or refurbishment of residential/commercial properties of any scale. Learn more


Employers liability insurance

Employers Liability Insurance is the only insurance that is compulsory for any business that employs staff. This includes full and part time staff, temporary staff, self-employed contractors and even volunteers. Employers Liability Insurance helps you protect all of these workers from injury in the workplace, or any illness that occurs as a direct result of their work. Learn more


Foreign transfer

If you want to secure a better exchange rate than many high street banks can offer and cut out fees when sending money abroad for business or personal use then using a broker could be the best way forward for you. Learn more


Invoice finance

Invoice finance allows you to raise finance based on the value of your businesses’ outstanding invoices. There are two types of invoice financing; invoice factoring and discounting. Businesses which are growing in particular often find this a more flexible source of working capital than overdrafts or loans. Learn more


Merchant cash advance

A merchant cash advance is an unsecured finance option that is generally short term and quite flexible. It is used for cash flow management, growth, refurbishment or purchasing stock. Learn more


Professional indemnity insurance

Professional Indemnity Insurance is a liability insurance that is designed for those who provide professional advice and services to others. It helps protect you against any negligence claims that could be made by clients should a mistake happen regarding your advice or their data. Learn more


Public liability insurance

Public liability insurance covers all members of the public that interact with your business – whether you work at customers property, customers visit your premises or you serve food or drink to customers. Learn more


Tax loans

Businesses are savvy with their finances and having working capital is of utmost importance in order to take advantage of business opportunities. For this reason, tax loans are becoming increasingly popular, freeing up a business’s cashflow whilst meeting the demands of HMRC on time. Learn more


Van insurance

ransport is a crucial requirement for many small businesses and sole traders and, with insurance being a legal requirement, it’s a necessary expense. Van insurance provides compensation in the event of theft of tools or equipment, fires, accidents or injuries. Having cover in place provides you with financial security in unforeseen circumstances. Learn more


As of when we add new products or services, we will look to keep this ‘Your Business Money‘ post up-to-date. If you would like to speak with us about partnerships please go to, contact us.