FeePlan: The Secret to Happy Cash Flow

Even the best-run practices can benefit from improvements in their cash flow from collecting outstanding invoices. FeePlan* from Premium Credit is a simple way to make your cash flow smoother and more predictable. It’s a payment smoothing solution for your clients, which means you get your professional fees paid in full shortly after the job is completed.

At the same time, FeePlan enables your clients to spread the cost of those fees over a number of monthly payments. You choose how many months – 3, 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12. It’s simple to set up and it’s free for you to use. Your clients benefit by smoothing the cost over time – at a competitive interest rate, enabling them to preserve working capital and make their cash work for them.

You may wish to introduce some or all of your clients to the benefits of FeePlan – it’s entirely up to you.


  1. Improve cash flow and reduce debtor days

  2. Save time and money on bill collection and administration

  3. Keep your clients happy by making available a new line of credit

Premium Credit has been exclusively appointed for the provision of FeePlan and other financing solutions as part of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) member rewards programme. 


Please contact us on 01372 746073 or alternatively email 
You can also click below to download our FeePlan brochure.

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We have offered our clients Fee Plan via Premium Credit for a number of years, with great success.    We have been very impressed with the recent improvements Premium Credit have introduced, including additional instalment terms, direct submission of the credit agreement to clients, and the reduction in settlement terms to only 10 days from date of approval.    Their flexible online service is extremely easy to use and administration required by us is minimal.    We would have no hesitation in recommending them."


 (John Edwards, Haines Watts)