How To Maintain Efficient Business Cash Flow: A Brief Lesson in Liquidity

The Importance Of Business Cash Flow

The importance of business cash flow cannot be understated. Cash flow is referred to here as the monitoring of money moving in and out of your business. It is the foundation of any business that directly affects how it can operate. 

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What Is 'Liquidity'?

When the cash flow becomes unreliable, the merchant may need to resort to other forms of immediate cash to cover costs – this is known as liquidity. Liquidity essentially means the expendable assets that can be converted into cash in order to cover immediate payment, for example, paying suppliers. This can be very stressful for a business owner, fortunately we are here to help.

At BMS, we don’t want your business to suffer, this is why we offer next-day funding with no fees. If you need help setting this up, please contact one of our team to who are always happy to help.

How Can We Help?

Typically, payment providers offer next-day funding with a fee, which can often cause the business more financial stress. With Bespoke Merchant Solutions this fee is waived, regardless of the transaction. So you can concentrate on your business, while we manage back-end operations and funding.

So... What Are You Waiting For?

We want to ensure that your business is running to its highest potential. BMS can help you establish a simple financial process, to positively promote your business cash flow, alongside 24/7 help and other financial products. 

So, what’s stopping you? Contact us today to improve your business and see how much you can save!

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