How It Works
With our simple form, case management tools, and expert advisers; finding asset funding has never been simpler.
Complete the quote form and let us know about your requirements.
We'll review your requirements and gather terms from various lenders.
Accept the terms you are happy with and sign paperwork.
Once everything is approved, the process will be completed by releasing funds and making the facility live.
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This is the second time Tim Leverett of B2B has helped us secure business funding and again the service has been first class. Prompt, professional and friendly service that has given us the confidenc...
I would highly recommend using B2B in particular Kieran Ryan. This was our company’s first business venture and Kieran was able to find the best product suitable for our needs by way of a bridging loa...
Highly Recommended B2B Finance, Kieran Ryan worked above and beyond to get the funding we needed. I will be sending all my business in the future to these guys. Thanks again
Working with Ian Brooks has been an absolute pleasure. Ian, has offered great advice over the past few months and has gone above and beyond on a number of occasions. I would not hesitate to recomme...
Frequently Asked Questions
Need answers? We got 'em.
The VAT bill on some commercial property transactions can be huge. This usually comes at a time when cash is needed to pay for a deposit, stamp duty and legals. Why not bridge the VAT element of the transaction and suffer a small amount of interest, rather than tying up cash for up to 3 months.
In some cases we can arrange funding to clear any arrears that have built up with HMRC and avoid late payment fines.
Yes, providing the directors/shareholders are willing to provide a personal guarantee, a start up business can borrow for VAT.
The current UK VAT threshold is £85,000, so if your turnover is higher than this amount you will need to start to charge VAT. When a business starts to charge VAT they generally use the additional income in the day-to-day running of the business. This can lead to a cash flow issue when suddenly a large amount needs to be paid to HMRC at the end of the VAT quarter. This is where a VAT loan comes in. The loan is paid directly to HMRC and the business has an additional 1-6 months to pay the lender.