How to Finance your Tax Bills


How to improve your cash flow: finance your VAT bill

As any business owner (or country music fan) will tell you, Cash is King. But maintaining a healthy level of working capital for investment in your business and to cover any unexpected costs – broken machinery, say, or a vehicle that conks out – is easier said than done.

We know from speaking to countless small and medium-sized businesses that even with the best-laid plans in place, VAT bills can spring an unwanted surprise, hitting cash flow and causing financial uncertainty.

The good news is that there’s a way to approach this that provides stability, takes the heat off cash reserves and gives protection against the inevitable troughs of business.

Cash is King

Say hello to VAT finance

Time to go all Hollywood movie trailer…

Imagine a world where your VAT bills are replaced with affordable monthly instalments.

That can go directly to the government.

Meaning no worries about late payment penalties.

And a healthier cash flow for the day-to-day running of your business.

Sound okay? The read on… 

How to ease your cash flow problems

Rather than being hit with hefty quarterly lump sums, a non-secured VAT loan enables you to break down the cost of your returns into manageable, fixed monthly payments.

These can go automatically to HMRC or be paid into a bank account. The repayment terms are flexible, and can be spread over three to 12 months.

This approach is ideal for businesses with a seasonal slant, contractors, builders, construction companies, start-ups, and indeed any SME wanting to better forecast its cash flow.

If this sounds worth exploring more, please get in touch for an informal chat. We’ve helped businesses like yours get peace of mind and cash flow predictability – and we’d love to discuss the best way of helping yours.


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