Financing solutions for golf courses

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John Deere Financial's latest interest free finance offers are just a few examples of a comprehensive range of schemes designed to help golf course owners and managers make the most of their capital budgets.

"It is worth remembering that the Chancellor announced in his 2012 autumn statement that the annual investment allowance would be increased from £25,000 to £250,000 for a temporary period of two years," says John Deere Financial's general sales manager Cameron Renwick.

"This was done with the aim of encouraging small and medium sized businesses to invest in new plant and equipment, as one way of helping to boost the economy.

"The good news is that you still have a year to make machinery investment decisions, as in order to qualify for the allowance purchasers will only need to have any new equipment on their premises by January 2015.

As a division of the company that builds the equipment, John Deere Financial is therefore ideally placed to provide a full range of financing options for John Deere golf course and other turf maintenance machinery.

"These competitive and flexible finance solutions can be tailored to suit the individual cash flow needs of the business.

They are designed to make it convenient for customers to acquire the latest technology, such as hybrid electric mowers with Quick Adjust cutting cylinders or advanced amenity turf sprayers (pictured), which are also backed by dependable service and support from the local John Deere dealer.

"We believe that

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productivity driven by innovation will set the future direction of successful golf course management. John Deere Financial's aim is to help our customers invest in that future, through the availability of the right finance at the right time for their business."

Details of the company's latest finance offers can be found at or from the John Deere UK and Irish dealer network. Finance is provided through Bank of Ireland Finance (BIF) in the Republic of Ireland. The availability of finance is subject to status and to the usual terms and conditions.

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