Business Leasing

Business Leasing and Other Funding Options

A lease agreement is a legally binding fixed term and fixed cost contract. Equipment leasing is a tax based funding solution and all repayments can be offset against a business’s taxable profits.

Leasing for Business will always recommend the correct length of contract to suit the life of the equipment being funded.

As an example we will only recommend financing IT Equipment over a maximum term of 36 months. Technology based equipment allows you to change and update to suit your business demands and needs. A fork lift truck can be funded over a longer period, due to the fact the expected life of the equipment is longer, and it has a residual value.
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Other Forms of Business Funding

Cash flow Finance

Cash Flow Financing is a form of financing in which a loan made to a company is backed by a company’s expected cash flows. This differs from an asset-backed loan, where the collateral for the loan is based on the company’s assets. Cash flow loans can be either short-term or long-term.

Professions Loans

Finance for Refurbishment, Expansion, Relocation, Practice Acquisition, Partnership Buy In/Out, Fee Purchase, Professional Indemnity Insurance (Pll), Aged Debt or Tax Liabilities?

Leasing for Business provide tailored Practice Loans to Accountants, Architects, Barristers, Registered Care Homes, Chartered Engineers, Dentists, Doctors, Opticians, Registered Pharmacists, Solicitors, Chartered Surveyors and Vets.

·        Terms from 12 months up to 60 months
·        Loans up to £200,000 (per firm)

Pension Led Funding

Pension Led Funding (PLF) is a financial services product offered in the United Kingdom (UK) that raises funds for businesses based upon the use of pension benefits accrued by owners or directors of the business they control.