Whatever your business type, we can assist you finding a finance solution that enables you to spread the cost of your VAT or Tax bill and avoid HMRC late payment charges.

VAT Loan

Cash flow is an essential part of any business, however managing large expenditures while still managing overheads can at times be difficult. This is when a short-term finance solution can aid your cash flow ensuring that your business does not have to struggle through a cash flow dip.

You can choose to fund your Vat bill once or twice a year or each quarters VAT return throughout the year. Repayment term for VAT funding is three months.


Funds are paid directly to the HMRC, unless you have already paid your VAT bill, in which case we can arrange for the funds to be transferred into your business account.

Tax Loan

Tax loans are becoming increasingly popular, allowing a business to free up their cashflow whilst meeting the demands of HMRC on time. Having working capital and being able to free up cash for investment in other areas of your business is of utmost importance.


This facility provides you with the option to spread the cost of paying your self-assessment, corporation or partnership tax bills over 6, 10 or 12 months.


Funds are paid directly to HMRC, or you can draw down a loan facility after paying your tax bill and instead have the funds reimbursed into your bank account.

 Contact our experienced Brokers to see how we can help your business grow 

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Belinda Milton t/a Reservoir Finance. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Reference number 742264. We are a licensed credit broker and do not provide loans ourselves. Reservoir Finance introduce applicants to finance providers and specialist brokers based on the applicants circumstances. Reservoir Finance may receive a commission from the lender or broker for such introductions.