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Vet Equipment Finance Leasing

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We specialise in sourcing Veterinary Equipment Finance & Leasing options in the UK

 
 
We provide high-quality Vet Equipment Finance & Leasing solutions for UK clients.

We can deliver enhanced, bespoke or exclusive terms through our market knowledge.  
Call us on 0203 900 4322 to discuss your requirements.
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Veterinary Equipment Finance & Leasing - How It Works

What is Veterinary Equipment Finance & Leasing?

Veterinary equipment finance & leasing is a type of asset finance that allows veterinary practices to acquire the equipment and machinery they need to provide quality care for their patients. Veterinary equipment can include anything from diagnostic tools, surgical instruments, anaesthesia machines, dental equipment, x-ray machines, ultrasound scanners, and more.

Veterinary equipment finance & leasing can help veterinarians to:

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What types of finance are available for Veterinary Equipment Finance & Leasing?

There are two main types of finance available for veterinary equipment finance & leasing: hire purchase and leasing.

Hire purchase

Hire purchase is a type of finance where the veterinary practice pays a deposit and then makes regular instalments over a fixed period of time, usually between 12 and 60 months. At the end of the term, the practice owns the equipment outright.

Hire purchase can be suitable for veterinary equipment with a long lifespan and does not require frequent upgrades or maintenance. It can also offer tax benefits, as the practice can claim capital allowances on the equipment and deduct the interest payments from their taxable income.

Leasing

Leasing is a type of finance in which the veterinary practice rents equipment from a lender for a fixed period of time, usually between 12 and 60 months. The practice pays a monthly fee covering the equipment's use, maintenance, and insurance. At the end of the term, the practice can either return the equipment, extend the lease, or purchase the equipment at a residual value.

Leasing can be suitable for veterinary equipment that has a short lifespan or requires frequent upgrades or maintenance. It can also offer flexibility, as the practice can change or upgrade the equipment as their needs evolve. Leasing can also be tax-efficient, as the monthly payments can be deducted as a business expense.

How does it work?

The process of applying for veterinary equipment finance & leasing is simple and straightforward. Here are the steps involved:

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What are the benefits of Veterinary Equipment Finance & Leasing?

Veterinary equipment finance & leasing can offer many benefits for veterinary practices, such as:

Are there any drawbacks?

Veterinary equipment finance & leasing can also have some drawbacks, such as:

FAQs

What are the eligibility criteria for veterinary equipment finance & leasing?

The eligibility criteria may vary depending on the lender and the type of finance you choose, but generally, you will need to have a good credit history, a profitable and stable veterinary practice, and a sufficient deposit or security.

What are the interest rates and fees for veterinary equipment finance & leasing?

The interest rates and fees may vary depending on the lender, the type of finance, the equipment, the term, and your credit profile. However, you can expect to pay a competitive and affordable rate, as Clifton Private Finance will compare and negotiate the best deal for you from multiple lenders across our network.

What are the tax implications of veterinary equipment finance & leasing?

The tax implications may vary depending on the type of finance you choose, but generally, you can claim tax relief on the payments, either as capital allowances or as a business expense. However, you should always consult with a qualified accountant or tax adviser before making any decisions.

How we can help

In need of vet practice equipment finance & leasing?

We can help you:

And when we’ve established the best type of finance for you, we will:

Call our team on 0203 900 4322 to discuss your requirements or book an appointment.

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