Best Loans for The Self Employed
Self-Employed? We Provide Access to the Best Loans for the Self Employed
Self-Employed? Get Business Loan Now
Loans for Subcontractors
We provide the best loan rates for sub-contractors who need access to funds whilst they are waiting for a contract to be paid. This service also features an indemnity insurance should your contract provider go-bust.
Small Business Loans
Ambitious small businesses can get the small business loan they need from Hamilton Wood & Company. We provide access to small business loans and we guarantee that the loans feature the best loan rates for the self-employed subject to status.
Here’s the brutal truth about being self-employed or a contractor:
Let’s face it, there are WAY too many so called ‘experts’ who claim that setting up your own business, going it alone will be the best thing you ever do.
Now, don’t get us wrong, we’re not saying that the long-term benefits of going it alone won’t pay off, but what we are saying is that if you’re worried about when that next invoice will be paid, there are plenty of other emerging companies out there in the same situation as you.
If you’re serious about growing your business, then it is a cold, hard fact, that at some point you may need to consider external support to get you through those occasional ‘squeaky bum’ moments when you’re waiting to be paid.
Finding a low rate loans for the self-employed can be a daunting task, and for most, almost akin to trying to find a leprechaun at the end of a rainbow.
Thankfully, the team at Hamilton Wood & Company can help small businesses, the self-employed and subcontractors get access to the finance they need, when they need it.
How to Get a Loan, for the Self-Employed
It’s not unknown, that the minute you are no longer an employee, that at times it can feel like the world at large has cast you aside and you are ‘adrift at sea’ so-to-speak.
Well, it’s reassuring to know that Hamilton Wood & Company have got your back.
Our business finance specialists provide access to a number of loan options for the self-employed.
First things first, make sure that you do your books, and that you keep track of outstanding invoices.
Securing an online loan for the self-employed can be a daunting task.
With Hamilton Wood & Company we provide access to the business finance and funding you need, when you need it.
If you would like to get a loan now, please click the link below and complete the short form – a personal specialist will call you back.
Self Employed? Get a Loan Now – Click Here to Request a Call Back
We are experts at providing access to the most cost-effective financial support we can. Small business owners are able to get access to finance at the best rate depending on their personal circumstance.
You see we are proud to be Hamilton Wood and Company… We feel we provide access to the best personal loans for the self-employed.
We exist to help your business succeed.
Not only will our experts help you get the funding you need, but providing an element of the loan is invested in a qualifying project, then we may be able to get you a proportion of the funds laid down back, thanks to research and development (R&D) tax credit incentives for UK businesses.
The UK has an esteemed tradition of creating and development that goes on to improve the day-to-day lives of most of humanity.
In our experience, those skilled in their own trade, often go on to spot a better way of doing things.
It's interesting to know that the UK government would like to reward you for trying to develop your ideas...for trying to achieve an advance, in some way or another.
Well, after all, the country wins when we develop another advance so it’s in the interest of the government to encourage you to progress any ideas you have.
If your business is in profit, we can get you 26% of your investment costs back, but if you’re operating at a loss then we can recover up to 33% of any business investment made subject to certain criteria.
Here at Hamilton Wood & Company our specialists are happy to help you find 'the best loans for the self employed.'