Emergency cash for around the clock support

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

24 Hour Call-a-Carer, an agency specialising in the provision of staff for care and domestic organisations has branched into the private sector with the help of a new financial service ­ Resource Partners¹ FastFlow. Having been awarded a new social service contract, agency proprietor Stephanie Nevins said she realised that, to make her business a great success, it would place severe strain on her current funding arrangements by changing the nature of her cash flow. “With increasing staff wages and longer periods between invoice payments, financial pressures were increasing,” said Ms Nevins. “Then we discovered Resource Partners¹ FastFlow service.” FastFlow pays Call-a-Carer 100% of the value of every public sector invoice within 48 hours, releasing the cash that is tied up in the statutory payment cycle. “Removing the pressure of waiting for invoices to be paid is ideal for me”, said Ms Nevins. “Resource Partners does the waiting for us, so we can spend our time making sure that our clients are happy and

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