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Liquid Finance are a business finance provider supplying cash advances to help small businesses expand. They are the only cash advance provider with and automated, independent in-house split funding method. Liquid Finance support businesses from many sectors including retail, hospitality, beauty, dentistry, etc.

Businesses can borrow up to 100% of their monthly card payment transactions. Funds will be transferred within 1 week. The repayment process is simply paying back the cash advance plus a percentage fee (decided per application) of credit / debit card transactions.

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What is a Liquid Finance Business Cash Advance?


A Liquid Finance Business Cash Advance is a flexible, quick alternative to a traditional unsecured loan, available to businesses that take credit and debit cards.

It gives you an unsecured cash advance, equivalent to up to 100% of your average monthly card turnover.

The advance gives you the liquidity to fund any future growth plans without having to overstretch your current overdraft or other financial commitments.

There are no repayment deadlines and the money is simply recouped via an agreed % of future card takings / revenue made through your terminal until it’s fully repaid.

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