We’ve put together some tips that may help with keeping control of your business costs, plus resources to help with economic challenges you may be facing right now in your business.
Tip 1 – Check your energy tariff
- With energy costs going up, you may want to check that you’re on the best tariff for your business. By sharing a few contact details and some information about your business needs, a business energy comparison service like Bionic will do the comparison work for you. Their service is free and there’s no obligation to switch.
Tip 2 – If you have an issue with your energy supplier
- Finding information about the different tariffs and contracts for business energy can take up a lot of your time. This practical guidance from Ofgem can help you manage your business energy costs.
Tip 3 – Ways we can help
- Cashflow support is available for your business as costs rise. Our common challenges page can help with energy saving tips and show you how to take control of your cashflow with help from the Small Business Commissioner.
Tip 5 – Review your business income and expenditure
- Reviewing your income and outgoings might help see where potential savings can be made. Consider using a budget planner, such as this free one from Business Debtline to understand your monthly bills against your income.
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If you’ve missed a payment or you think you might (on any accounts with us), we can help. The sooner you speak to us, the easier things will be.