More and more people are becoming self-employed and with the rise of start-ups and the ‘gig economy’, it’s no surprise. Of course, if you are a self-employed, then you will most likely need a car. And if you are self-employed, you might be wondering whether you can lease a car via a business lease, rather than a personal lease. In this article, we look at business car leasing for the self-employed including looking at what business options are available to you, the criteria and the business benefits of leasing.
If you are a business, you might be looking at getting a van, or multiple vans. However, there are so many things to consider, that it can often be difficult to even know where to start. In this article, we go about looking at van leasing solutions, from where to look for vans and how to finance them...
There are many forms of leasing, and they suit everyone from business customers to private customers. Business leasing is very popular with both large businesses and smaller ones. But who qualifies for a business vehicle lease? In this article we cover which businesses can get a vehicle lease through a business lease, and other considerations...
Whether we like it or not, 2017 is approaching its end. The John Lewis advert premiered not too long ago, and that’s a sure indicator of the fact that we are nearly at the end of the year. This year has been an interesting one, and despite uncertainty, car leasing has still maintained the popularity it has been enjoying the past few years. Both private leasing and business leasing are still hugely popular and continue to be on the rise. If you are considering refreshing your fleet, or even getting your first ever fleet, you might be wondering which vehicles to get. And, looking at the best vehicles of the year by sales is a good place to start. In this article, we look at the best fleet vehicles of 2017 to hopefully help you make a decision as to what fleet vehicle might be right for you.
If you are a business and you are looking at getting a fleet of cars, then you may be considering hiring someone to manage your fleet. A Fleet Manager is someone who manages your fleet for you. They will be in-house, and part of your staff. Their main job will be making sure that everything is right with the fleet including making sure the vehicles are road legal and that the drivers are sticking to the law. But do you need someone for this role? And if you do, what should you be looking for? In this article, we look at the things a business should consider before hiring someone to manage your fleet....
If you are a business and you are providing an employee with a company car, or several employees with a fleet of company cars, then you will have to write a company car policy. This is essentially where you set out the rules that your employees have to abide by when they are driving their company car. But, how do you even go about writing a company car policy? That’s where we come in. In this article, we are going to talk about how to write a company car policy and what you sort of things you should be thinking about when you give your employees a company car.
Some define a fleet as a large number of vehicles. However, at OSV, we treat our fleet customers the same regardless of whether you are looking at a fleet of two or two hundred. When a business has a fleet of vehicles, the chances are that they lease them. This is because there aren’t many businesses that can afford to purchase several vehicles outright every few years. So fleet leasing is extremely popular. There are also a huge amount of benefits to fleet leasing that make it even more appealing for businesses than simply freeing up cash. In this article...
Business leasing has been around for a few decades now, and is one of the most popular ways of getting a new car or fleet of cars for your business. One of the reasons business car leasing is because it has a huge amount of tax benefits. It is these benefits that often sway businesses to opt for business leasing over any other options. So what are these tax benefits? And are there any implications you should also be aware of?
In this article, we look at the tax benefits and implications of business car leasing, and how they apply to you.
Business leasing is extremely popular, and is one of the most popular ways of getting a vehicle, or a fleet of vehicles, for a business. The reason business leasing is so popular is because there are a huge amount of benefits that come with business leasing. However, that does not mean that business leasing is without fault. And it’s these faults that we are going to talk about in this article today. We are going to look at the top 5 problems with leasing your car through your business, and the solution to each of these problems.
If you have a business, and your employees need to travel to work, then you may be considering getting them all company cars. This is often known as a fleet of cars, simply because that is the collective noun for cars and we don’t think that a ‘mayhem of cars’ would give off the right vibe. Anyway, if you are looking at getting a fleet of cars for your business, you might be considering leasing them. Fleet leasing is hugely popular and is extremely appealing to business, mainly due to the huge advantages fleet leasing offers to businesses. But what exactly is fleet leasing? And how does it work? In this article, we look at everything you need to know about fleet leasing including how it works, the advantages, and whether you should lease your fleet or buy.
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