Why 2014 is THE year to reconsider education leasing.

Why 2014 is THE year to reconsider education leasing In October the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) warned that recent cuts to education funding represented the largest since the 1950s, but today’s students (and teachers) are demanding ever more from cash-strapped educational facilities; both in terms of educational experience and up-to-date resources. The national curriculum also reflects the need for change and asks schools to consider ... "an ICT curriculum that engages pupils and [...]

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New lease accounting rules – how might they affect leasing and salary sacrifice?

New lease accounting rules – how might they affect leasing and salary sacrifice? New accounting rules have been proposed which cover the treatment of leased assets, seem unlikely at this stage to erode the benefits of leasing company vehicles or acquiring them through salary sacrifice car schemes. For the last three years, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) have been working on a common standard of accounting [...]

By |February 14th, 2014|Categories: Accounting, Asset Finance, Vehicle Finance|Comments Off on New lease accounting rules – how might they affect leasing and salary sacrifice?

New ICT plans for education success? How leasing can fund them…

New ICT plans for education success? How leasing can fund them … Education faces exciting and challenging times yet again with further curriculum changes to ICT. But hang on it’s not ICT any more is it? Coding is the new ICT according to Michael Gove and whether you agree with the change or disagree; going with the flow is of course an inevitable part of the job. Either way, the fundamental benefits brought about [...]

By |February 10th, 2014|Categories: Asset Finance, Education|Comments Off on New ICT plans for education success? How leasing can fund them…

Sale and leaseback – could it be the answer to your liquidity issues?

Sale and leaseback – could it be the answer to your liquidity issues? Although the UK economy has seen steady growth in recent months, for many companies finding the funds to invest in key areas of their business or to fund expansion can be a real issue. One answer could be the sale and leaseback of the vehicle fleet. While economic recovery now seems generally to be taken for granted, and with many sectors [...]

By |February 7th, 2014|Categories: Asset Finance, Contract hire, Vehicle Finance|Comments Off on Sale and leaseback – could it be the answer to your liquidity issues?

Leasing: the number one way to top up your education budget in 2014.

Leasing: the number one way to top up your education budget in 2014. Recent breaking BBC news stories revealed that more than 300 heads of department believed that 63% of pupils did not have sufficient access to computers and 98% believed pupils without a home computer were ‘educationally disadvantaged’. A Department for Education spokeswoman also said: "It is vital that we do all we can to close the unacceptable gap between disadvantaged pupils and [...]

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