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Types of finance
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Written by Emily Miles
Updated over a week ago

Satago offers 4 different finance products designed to help businesses with their cashflow.

Selective Invoice Finance

With selective invoice finance you choose which invoices you’d like to receive up to an 85% advance on. That gives you flexibility to adjust your cashflow position by financing single invoices, or choosing a few at a time, depending on your business needs.

Selective Debtor Finance

With selective debtor you choose a specific customer, rather than a specific invoice, to finance. That means all the invoices to a debtor of your choice are financed, a great option when one client represents a bigger chunk of your owed cash (or has a habit of paying late!).

Whole Book Finance

Whole book is the traditional way of arranging invoice finance, where your whole sales ledger of owed invoices is financed, without the burden of a long-term contract.

Revolving Credit Facility

An overdraft alternative also known as a line of credit or credit line, designed to allow you to access funds as and when you need them. Your revolving credit facility can be up to £25,000 and it's a pay-as-you-go product — if you don't use it, you don't pay anything.

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