Dick helps ease cash-flow strain

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Now is the time for self-employed small business operators to look at their cash flow while considering the strain of possible upcoming or even existing tax debt implications.
Interest rates have been low and on hold for some time now, with some economic experts expecting the trend to continue.
Small business operators and the self-employed should consider not only consolidating outstanding debt but obtaining much needed cash flow for their businesses.
Dick Philpott Finance is fortunate to have direct access to lenders empathetic to small businesses and the self-employed operators.
Dick said the lenders are quite willing to assist in any way possible without the need to produce BAS business trading statements or tax returns.
“Even if you’re experiencing some credit hardship, such as home loan arrears, court proceedings or simply pressure inflicted by your creditors, it’s imperative you take action and have a chat with me now,“ he said.
“All discussions are totally confidential and obligation-free.”
With 47 years in the finance industry, Dick has experience and knowledge to check for any means of helping clients whenever possible.
Dick Philpott Finance is at 2a Aberdeen Street, Geelong West.
Phone 5222 8905 or 0418 524 017.

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