It’s not always easy running your own business. Whether you’re a sole trader, small business owner or self-employed, one of the key aspects of your business is likely to be transport.
Getting to and from jobs, meetings, conferences and events on time can mean the difference between success in a job, or failure. Having quality transport is imperative so if your current vehicle is looking a little rundown or you don’t have the right size vehicle (or none at all), you probably need to consider a small business car loan.
Simply Finance has a range of business car loans and they will look into your cash flow and business structure to find business car finance that’s right for you. You won’t spend hours doing paperwork, so you can focus on the more important aspects of your business.
They offer low doc car loans which are ideal for sole traders who are just starting out, or who don’t have a lot of credit history to back them up; competitive rates and flexible loan terms. We have access to a large number of reputable lenders throughout Melbourne and Australia who are able to provide same day approvals.
One of the major benefits of getting a business car loan is being able to claim deductions on your annual tax, so be sure you talk to your accountant when considering getting a loan to find out what option will benefit you the most.
We offer various car loan options designed to suit all budgets and individual requirements: Low Doc Car Loans; Chattel Mortgage car loans; a Finance Lease option, business loans and novated lease. Each option is tailored to meet the specific needs of you and/ or your business.
Whatever loan option you choose, our car finance options are a guaranteed quality service.
Then you’re busy enough without having to spend time finding the documentation and filling out all those forms the banks want. If you need finance for a business vehicle, Simply Finance will look at your cash flow and business structure, and find the car loan option that best suits you. We can even provide access to low-doc car loans if you are self-employed.