TIM Finance invoice financing

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Unlock your company's capital and grow your business with TIM Finance Invoice Finance.

More often than not, growing a business requires investment: it takes money to make money. With all the overheads that come with the running of a business, the growth of many businesses can end up stalling as the cash flow dries up. Many small to medium business owners may end up taking out high interest unsecured loans or racking up credit card debt in order to bridge the gap.

TIM Finance Invoice Finance allows you to access the money tied up in your pending invoices for a potentially more competitive cost than that incurred through unsecured loans or credit cards.

How does TIM Finance Invoice Finance work?

TIM Finance works by charging a "discount fee" on the invoices it funds. Once through its approval process, simply upload your invoices (TIM runs a credit check on your debtors and verifies each invoice) and it can give you up to 90% of the total amount payable on those invoices. The 10% is paid to you once the debtor pays the invoice, minus the fee charged by TIM.

In order to apply for TIM Finance, simply submit your business data so that its team can determine your eligibility. The "discount fee" you will be charged is based on the size and value of both your business and on the criteria of the debtors funding you.

Features of TIM Finance Invoice Finance

  • Quick online application. Apply online in a few easy steps.
  • Receive your funds in 24 hours. Once approved, you can unlock up to 90% of your invoice funds within 24 hours of invoice verification.
  • No hard credit checks. Applying for TIM Finance will not affect your credit rating. If you have bad credit or have been denied a loan elsewhere, you may still be able to apply for TIM Finance.
  • No property security. TIM checks your current sales and uses your accounts receivables invoice ledger as collateral.
  • Up to 90% funding available. On verified invoices, TIM will pay out up to 90% of your invoice funding. The other 10% is held back until your debtor has paid. The agreed-upon fee is taken from that 10%.
  • Payment protection. Should your debtor going into insolvency TIMSecure will cover 90% of the invoice value funded, plus legal fees to chase your debtor's outstanding payment.
  • No payment until your invoice is paid. TIM only takes its fee once your debtor has paid your invoice.
  • $1 million revenue requirement. Your business must have an annual revenue of at least $1 million and you must have at least four regular paying clients or customers.
  • No long lock-in contracts.

How much does the loan cost?

  • Discount fee. The "discount fee" charged by TIM Finance is determined on your business's size and value, as well as on the risk assessment of your clients. TIM says that the more you use its system, the lower your discount fee could become.
  • No application fees
  • No hidden fees

How to apply for TIM Finance Invoice Finance

If you're a small to medium business owner and think TIM Finance could help to improve your company's cash flow, simply click the "Go to site" button and provide your business data. Before applying, make sure you meet the following criteria:

  • Have been operating at least 12 months
  • Have an annual revenue of at least $1 million
  • Have at least four regular paying customers

You will need:

  • Your ABN
  • The director's/owner's/officer's information

TIM Finance Invoice Finance is a viable choice for many businesses and could potentially be a cheaper option than other forms of unsecured business loans. However, it is always worth exploring and comparing invoice financing products before submitting an application.

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