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Company Vehicles, Lease or Purchase

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When you are looking for a new car for business use, you have some choices to consider - lease or buy? Both have pros and cons but you need to consider what is going to be most advantageous to your business. Leasing a company car means that your business does not own the vehicle and therefore cannot claim it as an asset but neither does your business have any of the responsibility of the upkeep or maintenance. Purchasing a company car will give your business a valuable asset however, the business will be responsible for that vehicle and this could prove costly. You will need to find out how any tax benefits can be advantageous to your business and this is something that you will need to review every year particularly if the tax laws change. It may also be worth looking at different methods of financing the lease or purchase as there may be other advantages to be gained.

It may well be that there are further benefits to leasing a company vehicle that are available only to businesses and not to individuals doing the same thing. This will be mostly to do with mileage and you need to be sure that you have a sufficient number to allow you to conduct your business without going over as there are normally stiff penalties for exceeding the mileage allowance. Make sure you read and understand all small print in the agreement document before signing anything, as you don't want to be locked in to an agreement that does not suit your needs. Buying the company car on the other hand does not have such restrictions, however the company will have be responsible for servicing, road tax, tyres, etc. and these are things which are generally included as part of a lease agreement and which can be expensive. The other major downside of purchasing is that as soon as you drive away from the dealership, your lovely new car depreciates and will continue to depreciate for the duration of your ownership. Leasing on the other hand means that your company does not carry that loss. At some point your lease agreement will come to an end and you will have to either cancel it or renew it. Do not renew it automatically as there may be some better deals or more suitable options for you to choose from. Another pro for leasing is that after a few years, you will need to replace or renew your company car anyway and when you lease, it is so much easier to give it back and select a new one. If you have purchased, you will have to sell or trade it in and then find a new one. This is one of the reasons that many companies prefer to lease cars rather than purchase them.

So, when the time comes to replace your company vehicle, do consider leasing as a very favourable option. Check out any tax breaks that might be available, look for good deals with inclusive benefits and a flexible mileage allowance, and, think about not having to worry about maintenance, depreciation and replacement.

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