Small Business Funding

Turn Unpaid Invoices into Immediate Cash Flow

Boost your cash flow in 48 hours to pay business expenses – funding from €5,000 to €1 m.

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Fast Track your Business Cash Flow

Long customer payment terms, unexpected cash flow bumps or unforeseen business opportunities – just some of the times where invoice finance makes good sense for business success. We make it simple, fast and flexible. Find out more and get in touch below.

How Invoice Finance works?

Get paid up to 85% of overdue invoices

5-minute online application

Apply only and send invoices

Get Pre-Approved

Get approved of upto 85% of the invoice.

Get funds on the same day

Have cash into your account within 72 hours.

Why Invoice Finance Ireland?

  • Use us for one invoice or many – you choose
  • For invoice values between €5,000 to €1 m
  • No real estate security required
  • First time approval within 72 hours
  • Bad debt protection is available
  • Ongoing transactions in as little as 4 hours
  • Simple set-up and hassle-free paperwork
  • No impact on your banking facilities

Frequently Asked Questions?

How old should my invoice be?

Invoices that are 30, 60, or 90 days old are eligible for Invoice Finances.

Who collects the outstanding invoices?

There are 2 Invoice Finance options you use with Fifo Capital.

The business can continue to collect payments from the clients while the invoice is financed.

The other option is allowing Fifo Capital to follow up on the invoices. This option is great for businesses who want to continue with their daily work rather that spend time chasing outstanding invoices.

What is Invoice Discounting

Invoice discounting is a more confidential form of invoice finance. The business retains control of its sales ledger and continues to collect payments from customers. The business, however, uses its unpaid invoices as collateral to secure a revolving credit facility from Fifo Capital Ireland. The business can then draw funds against the outstanding invoices, usually up to 80-90% of their value, as needed. The business is responsible for managing credit control and collecting payments from customers.