Business Leasing

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Business leasing is a financial facility which enables businesses to use an asset over a set time period by paying a series of structured regular repayments. The fundamental characteristic of business leasing is that while the business can use the asset, they do not have ownership – this is retained by the leasing company. Benefits of business leasing include:

  • Reduced Rental Charge - Capital allowances claimed by the business leasing company which are routinely passed on to the business, like rent.
  • Tax Release - Leasing is considered a trading expense, the business will be permitted some tax release.
  • Flexibility – in the case of the short term leasing of vehicles for example, you can have a new vehicle, which avoids losing money due to depreciation.

Business leasing and finance experts, Capex can provide free, no obligation quotes on a range of business leasing options. Simply fill in the Business Finance Quotes form and one of their advisors will contact you a range of current business leasing deals to choose from.

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