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Want to know your finance options?

With Cadtek you can finance your SOLIDWORKS purchase for as little as £200 per month. While some companies budget for an upfront purchase, others, big and small, like to finance their investments to spread the cost. This frees up available cash flow to invest elsewhere.

What are the benefits?

  • Minimal down payment/deposit
  • 100% Tax allowable
  • Free up budget to be reinvested
  • No need to use your bank overdraft or other credit facilities
  • Easy budgeting with predictable, affordable monthly payments
  • Many tax relief/savings options
  • Finance agreement can cover all costs including software, training and maintenance

How does the financing work?

With a range of simple, flexible finance packages, you can choose the SOLIDWORKS solution that is the right for your business. Using these facilities, spreading the cost of your investment into predictable, affordable monthly payments can make acquiring their SOLIDWORKS solution cost less than you think.

Tax Relief

There are many options available for offsetting your investment, including any interest paid, against tax. More information on this can be found following the links at the bottom. If you not sure about your options then speak with your tax adviser, accountant or one of our representatives who will advise you on your best course of action.

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For more on Financing SOLIDWORKS and to discuss your individual requirements please call us on 01663 741 405. Alternatively, complete our online enquiry form.

Useful Links

Capital allowances: https://www.gov.uk/topic/business-tax/capital-allowances

Corporation Tax: Research and Development tax relief: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/corporation-tax-research-and-development-rd-relief#8

Corporation Tax: Research and Development tax relief for small and medium sized enterprises: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/corporation-tax-research-and-development-tax-relief-for-small-and-medium-sized-enterprises

Expenses if you’re self-employed: https://www.gov.uk/expenses-if-youre-self-employed/overview