Aussie Bike Loans offer a range of commercial bike finance options for businesses. Our leases and loan options cater to a wide range of business needs with the lowest rates possible. Learn more about the various options below, or contact our team to discuss how we can help you with a commercial motorcycle loan.
A Hire Purchase is a rental agreement that differs from a Finance Lease in that the motorcycle automatically becomes yours once all terms of the agreement have been completed. With Aussie Bike Loans’ panel of lenders, ownership of the motorcycle rests with them until the final payment is made. For tax purposes, though you can claim equipment depreciation and interest paid against your business income (check with your accountant).
You also have the option of including an upfront deposit or trade-in to reduce your rental commitment, while a balloon payment can also be set at the end of the term (much like a leasing residual) to acknowledge the equipment’s end value. Alternatively, you may choose to structure your rentals to clear the debt in full over the term of your agreement.
Whatever the requirement, Aussie Bike Loans can negotiate a repayment schedule to suit your needs.
Essentially a charge for goods to be financed, the Chattel Mortgage allows businesses that operate under a ‘cash accounting’ basis to claim the full input tax credit from GST incurred expenses immediately.
Loan structures can be tailor-made on a similar basis to Finance Lease and Hire Purchase facilities.
A Finance Lease is a form of a rental agreement under which you lease your nominated asset for an agreed term and rental amount. Residual value is set to reflect the motorcycle’s value at the end of the term.
The goods are owned by the finance company, but the lease rentals are tax-deductible to you, as long as the goods are used in connection with producing assessable income.
At the end of the Lease, you can make an offer to purchase the motorcycle from the finance company, trade it in on a replacement, return it, or extend the lease for a further term.
In recent years, Novated Leases have become a popular alternative for businesses wishing to provide their employees with motorcycles.
A Novated Lease is effectively an agreement between the employee (a lessee), their employer and the finance company (the lessor).
It operates by creating a Finance Lease Agreement (refer to the Lease Agreement Section on this page) between the employee and the lender. A Novation Agreement is then entered between all parties, which transfers responsibility for the lease rental commitment to the employer during the lessee’s period of employment. When the employee leaves employment, the novation ends, with ongoing responsibility for the lease returning to the employee.
As motorcycles acquired this way are leased by the employee, there are benefits for your business and your employee. These could include: