By fixing rental costs and the interest to be paid throughout the duration of contract, you can effectively prepare and plan for the future. You can remove tomorrow’s uncertainty.
Avoid wasted expenditure
Technologies constantly evolve, therefore most business equipment tends to depreciate in value. Rather than spend a large sum of cash in full on an asset that will lose value, with asset finance you pay as you use.
Improve cash flow
Avoid major upfront costs that come with outright purchases and alleviate cash flow by spreading the cost. Often, your agreement can begin with the just the initial payment.
All finance lease rental payments are 100% tax deductible against profits and therefore attract tax relief for the full duration of the lease agreement.
Protect existing lines of credit
Using asset finance protects your existing lines of credit such as bank loans and overdrafts, allowing you to keep those open for more appropriate times and uses.
With many of our finance solutions, you have the opportunity to upgrade at any time, allowing your business to stay competitive and efficient with the latest equipment.
Why choose Shire Leasing PLC?
High acceptance rates
Our in-house underwriters endeavor to place your deal, either through our Own Book or with one of our many funders.
Reliable and established
Supported by the British Business Bank, we are committed to supporting British businesses and have helped over 60,000 customers over our 27 years length.
We reward our customers
A member only service exclusive to our customers, Shire Advantage will allow you access to a range of exclusive offers including free advertising and special vehicle deals.
Quick responses and turnaround
We strive to provide you with a credit decision in as little as 4 hours, so you can continue with your growth plans with minimal delays.
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