Commercial Leasing

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Commercial leasing provides choice and flexibility when it comes to making important business purchase decisions. Assets which fall under the category of commercial leasing include property and premises, vehicles or computer equipment and machinery. Commercial leasing permits the business owner to have full use of the asset but they do not own it outright – it is the property of the commercial leasing company. Typical benefits of commercial leasing include:

  • No additional security required - Leasing is entirely separate from any bank lending or other credit arrangements you may have. By leasing equipment, your overdraft or bank loans are free for use in running your business
  • Tax benefits – commercial leasing is 100% allowable against tax though there may be restrictions on vehicle leasing – check with your commercial leasing company
  • Fixed budgeting – as there are no deposits required, your fixed monthly repayments will give you peace of mind and help you structure your budget
  • Upgrade available – in the case of computer and other equipment, you may be able to upgrade but again, check with your commercial leasing company

Capex are commercial leasing experts and can provide a wide range of option for you. Simply fill out the Business Finance Quotes form and an advisor will contact you shortly. 

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