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Shire Leasing

We are able to offer finance options to business only customers who are looking to purchase our furniture. In association with Shire Leasing PLC, finance lease options allows you to access our products from as little as £1.00 per day. There are many benefits for businesses using finance:

•Cash Flow - Protect cash flow and budget more accurately with predictable, regular payments.

•Protect Existing Credit - Protect other lines of credit such as bank loans and overdrafts.

•No Major Upfront Costs - No significant outlay or investment necessary; usually just a first rental is taken by Direct Debit to begin your agreement.

Frequently asked questions:

Do my payments increase if inflation increases or interest rates rise? Your payments are fixed and are therefore unaffected by interest rate rises. They would be subject to any changes in VAT.

Will I need to pay a deposit? A nominal amount is required in advance of the lease agreement. This is usually equivalent to a periodic payment and means you can start using the equipment straight away and potentially generate profit from it before the next payment is due.

How do I make my payments? Payments are made via Direct Debit and can be tailored to suit your business through either monthly or quarterly payments.

Are there tax benefits associated with leasing? Yes, all finance lease rental payments are tax deductible against profits, therefore attract tax relief for the full duration of the lease agreement. Contact your accountant to find out how this can reduce your overall tax bill.

How do I apply? All you need to do is fill out the form on our contact page with your details, and one of our team will get in touch with you.

*Finance for limited company business use purposes only. Any lease entered into will be with Shire Leasing PLC or may be introduced to one of a group of asset nance lenders and subject to application, credit and their terms and conditions. Shire Leasing PLC is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for certain types of consumer credit lending and credit related activities that are regulated under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and by the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.