As the financial year winds down business operators are being advised to look at their equipment needs for the next 12 months. Now is the time to be thinking of all facets of business purchases from computers to cranes, mining to medical, printing to plastics.
Often purchases of large, expensive assets can drain a business’s cash flow. By utilising leasing, hire purchase and chattel mortgage facilities, businesses can spread the cost of the purchase and in some cases the GST cost too. Equipment and machinery finance should be considered for every income generating asset.
For some businesses, it is often appropriate to put pre-approved funding limits in place for future purchases. This provides maximum flexibility and enables quick purchases to be made.
In addition to equipment finance, businesses can also access finance for overdrafts, lines of credit, insurance premium funding and debtor and inventory finance. Cash flow finance options are useful in times of rapid growth or for clients with lengthy debtor books.
More about the finance options can be known from City Pacific Finance .