VAT and Tax Loans for your Podiatry Clinic

Helping you manage tax obligations


Spread costs

  • Spread the cost of quarterly VAT
  • Spread the cost of annual corporation tax
  • Regular monthly repayments
  • Ease taxflow burdens

Reduce risk

  • Reduced need for capital
  • Simple ongoing facility
  • Avoid reputational risk
  • Avoid penalties

Grow your business

  • Deal with income fluctuations
  • Free up cash for investment elsewhere
  • Scales with your business
  • Solutions for startups and established businesses

How will your podiatry business deal with your next tax bill?

Running a successful podiatry practice means staying on top of your finances - but you can still face problems with VAT or corporation tax if funds are not waiting in your bank account.

HMRC won’t wait. If your business doesn’t have enough working capital to pay the bill straight away, you could face heavy penalties for late payments.

Does your podiatry business need a Tax Loan?

A straightforward tax loan can help your practice deal with an emergency tax bill, but a tax loan facility goes even further. It is designed to help your practice manage the recurring cost of your tax bills, spreading these expenses to remove the constraints they place on your revenue stream. It allows you to take control of your cash flow and spread the cost of all your tax bills into predictable monthly payments.

Because you no longer face the danger of a tax bill you can’t deal with, it means freeing up the cash you would otherwise need for an emergency and letting you use it as working finance.

Why you need Rangewell to set up tax finance for your podiatry business

Here at Rangewell, we work closely with lenders across the entire lending market. We know the lenders who can offer the most appropriate lending and the most competitive rates. It simply means we can offer you the most affordable way to deal with any tax bills that come as a problem. We can find you lenders who will provide funds in under 24 hours, and can pay funds directly to HMRC if required.

We can source flexible facilities that once set up will let you spread tax bills, including VAT and corporation tax across the year. It means smoother cash flow and cash freed up cash for investment in other areas.

It means turning your tax obligations into a predictable cost for you - giving your business a real advantage.


  • Find finance to allow a podiatrist to spread the cost of VAT

  • Source solutions to spread payments throughout the year

  • Find the most competitive tax funding facility for a business ready to expand

  • Find funding for smooth cash flow

Getting the solution that is right for you

Our experts can discuss your needs, and help find answers scaled to fit your turnover and your other obligations. When you call us, we can explain the options – and find you the solutions you need fast.

Helping you build your profits

The cash you need when you need it most

Tax loans can be quick and simple to arrange, with lenders often prepared to lend on the basis of your tax bill and evidence of current turnover.

Spreading the cost

Spreading the cost of your tax bill means freeing up funds to operate your business. You can buy in stock, deal with temporary cash flow issues and reduce the need for any additional investment.

No need for extra security

Tax loans can often be provided without any need for security - so there is no need to put your other assets or possessions at risk.

Tailored funding

Lenders will work with you to tailor funding to your business, meaning you can be better equipped to deal with variables such as seasonal income.

Dealing with downturns

Any practice can face an unexpected downturn. With tax funding, it need not lead to disaster.

Supporting growth

A Tax loan can help you can free up funds to support other areas of growth - letting you increase your revenue before you deal with the tax bill.

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  • What types of finance are there - which do you need for your private practice or specialist podiatrist clinical practice

  • How we can provide an additional income stream

  • Why it's important to find lenders who are familiar with chiropodists and podiatrists, and the podiatric medicine sector

  • The downsides to finance - and how to avoid them

  • How to arrange finance - what paperwork do you need?

  •  Do I have to be registered with the Society of Chiropodists` to be able to apply for practice finance?

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Getting the right funding arrangement is essential

There are many forms of business finance available. Getting the most appropriate type for the business needs of your podiatry clinic is essential to avoid excessive costs.

Your key equipment could be at risk

If you are unable to keep up repayments on a Hire Purchase or lease agreement, the equipment your practice depends on could be could be at risk.

Long-term financial commitments

You may not be able to pull out of a finance arrangement once set up.

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