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Video: Cashflow
Management Made Simple by American Express

 

On average it can take up to 72 days to receive payment on sales invoices.1 Without financial support, balancing the payment terms of your suppliers with those of your business can create a shortage of funds.

 

With your American Express Card you can pay the up front cost to your suppliers and enjoy up to 54 days2 to repay the balance. By quickly releasing the money tied up in your supplier invoices, you can spend less time managing cashflow and more time managing your customers.

 

With no pre-set spending limit you can benefit from the purchasing power you need to keep your business running.3

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  1. *Invoice Berry - October 2 2017: https://blog.invoiceberry.com/2017/10/10-ways-get-paid-in-advance-invoice-due/
  2. The maximum payment period on purchases is 54 calendar days on Gold & Platinum Business Charge Cards and 42 calendar days on the Basic Business Charge Card, it is obtained only if you spend on the first day of the new statement period and repay the balance in full on the due date.
  3. No pre-set spending limit does not mean unlimited spending. Purchasing power can adjust with your use of the Card, your payment history, credit record, financial resources known to us, and other factors. We reserve the right to apply temporary spending limits in accordance with the Cardmember Agreement.