Sole traders and partnerships

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Sole traders and partnerships

We offer a range of products for sole traders and partnerships, from simple loans and asset finance agreements to innovative purchase and invoice finance solutions,

However, the right funding option for your businesses depends on how much you want to borrow. Some of our products are only suitable for amounts over £25,000 so the best thing to do is talk to us!

Simply fill in the form below or call us on and we can talk through the most suitable options for your individual business.

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Over the past 16 years, we’ve provided over £5 billion in funding to thousands of UK businesses, of all shapes and sizes, in all sorts of industry sectors.

We are committed to helping businesses achieve their growth ambitions whether that's through funding, expert advice or the latest industry information. 

Our funding is fast, flexible, fair and full of options - that's what makes it good funding!

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FAQ's

What is the difference between a Sole Trader and Limited Company?

A sole trader is a self-employed person who is the exclusive owner of their business. They are entitled to keep all profits after tax but they are also liable for all losses.

 

A limited company, on the other hand, is legally separate from the people who run it. It has separate finances and you can keep any profits it makes after paying tax.

How fast can I get funding?

The timing of cash is dependent on the type of funding but on average funds can be released within a week, if not sooner.

How do I become a Limited Company?

Running your business as a private limited company means:

 

 - It is legally separate from the people who run it.

-  It has separate finances from your personal ones.

- You can keep any profits it makes after paying tax.

 

To set up a private limited company you need to register with Companies House. This is known as ‘incorporation’.

 

Find out what you'll need to do here.

Are there any fees?

We do not have any hidden fees on any of our products and where possible we have eliminated any set-up, exit or early repayment fees. For example please see our Cash Advance and Ultimate Loan

What are my options around funding duration?

We can help with both short-term and long-term funding, anything from a month to a facility that can run for years and years. 

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