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    An unsecured business overdraft, also known as a revolving line of credit, is a working capital solution for businesses of all sizes. It provides instant access to cash, enabling businesses to support their clients and grow. This facility can be used to purchase materials, goods, equipment, pay staff and creditors, and provide a safety net for future needs.

    darkhorsefinancial.com.au offers a fast and easy application process with approvals potentially on the same day and funds available within 24 hours. There are no establishment fees, line fees, or management fees. Interest is only paid on the money drawn down. The overdraft facility accommodates low-doc applications with limits of up to $500,000.

    darkhorsefinancial.com.au’s unsecured overdraft includes an annual fee of $495 for limits up to $100,000 and $795 for limits over $100,000. There are no establishment fees, line fees, or management fees. Interest is only charged on funds drawn.

    darkhorsefinancial.com.au provides finance for a wide range of business assets, including vehicles, trucks, excavators, food manufacturing equipment, telehandlers, posi tracks, warehouse automation machines, industrial blowers, forklifts, yellow goods, scissor lifts, manufacturing equipment, and both new and second-hand equipment.

    darkhorsefinancial.com.au offers flexible lending criteria. There is no minimum trading history required, and there are solutions for businesses with bad credit. There is also no minimum director credit score, and businesses going through a restructure can still apply.

    A sale and leaseback agreement is a type of equipment finance where business owners can raise capital against the equity they hold in unencumbered assets. This type of finance can be a good way to raise working capital and is commonly used to repay tax debt, alleviate cash flow issues or invest in an opportunity.

    Yes, most banks allow a second mortgage to be placed provided your first mortgage is not currently in default. It’s common for banks and other lenders holding a first mortgage to provide their consent for a second mortgage.

    A deed of priority is an agreement that gives the first lender priority in the event of default. This means that the second mortgage provider will be repaid after the first mortgage provider has been paid back.

    A tax debt loan is a lending solution specifically designed to help businesses pay off their tax liabilities, including GST, PAYG, and Superannuation obligations. Depending on the situation, businesses can access unsecured or secured loans, lines of credit, and private lending solutions.

    Yes, darkhorsefinancial.com.au offers a number of different loan solutions to pay out tax debt even if you have bad credit. There are unsecured loan options for business owners with less than perfect credit history, as well as the ability to raise capital against equipment or the equity you might hold in property.