Work out your repayments Insert your purchase price (round to dollars) to the left and include any deposit amount to calculate weekly repayments from 6,12,18,24 and 36 month payment terms.*
Fortnightly and Monthly payment options are available
Yes you can make Balloon Payments during your term
Your application process will be Quick, Easy and Secure
Yes you can settle early and we will not charge for our interest loss*
Interest Free options **(On purchases)
3 Months Interest Free with 18 or 24 Months to pay (up to $6,000)
3 Months No Repayments and Interest with 24 or 36 Months to pay (up to $6,000)
6 Months Interest Free with 36 Months to pay (up to $20,000)
Select your Promotion Option from the Repayment Term menu below.
Work out your repayments Reduce the financial impact on your cash flow, and purchase what you need by using Lease to Own or Rental finance options. To make your business grow.
Insert your purchase price (round to dollars) to the left and include any deposit amount to calculate monthly repayments from 6,12,18,24, 36 and 48 month payment terms.*
Initial Criteria You will need to be the Proprietor, Director or a controlling Shareholder with a trading history greater than two years. You will be over 18 years old and either a New Zealand Citizen or Resident. Proof of your identity will be required by Photo ID.
Conserve your Working Capital and scroll down to the Business Application form below.
Claim the full amount of G.S.T at the beginning of your term and offset the cost of a 15% deposit that will reduce your interest and repayments.
Reduce your profit tax as your purchase can be depreciated. This amount can then be deducted from your tax bill.**
You are able to upgrade during the term, make balloon payments and settle early.
No deposit is available, but we generally require a deposit for Lease to Own.*
At the end of the completed contract the equipment is yours.
The repayments are 100% tax deductible.
You are able to upgrade during your rental period.
The GST content is claimable from each payment.
Will not show as an asset as payments are treated as an expense.
You will not automatically own the equipment. Usually you would want to obtain new equipment at the end of your term, then continue with a new Rental for new equipment to replace the old outdated hardware.