TASCA Financial Services has been launched in 2014 with the view to enhancing our customer experience and ensuring we add value to your procurement process while purchasing your new TATA truck or a quality used vehicle through one of our 32 dealers countrywide.
We have direct channels to all the main banks as well as secondary banks and leasing houses allowing us to structure the right finance for your needs and application.
Our skilled central staff and support in the field give us a national footprint that enables us to ensure we give you a hands on and personalised finance service.
This method of finance allows you to buy your TATA of choice by paying instalments over an agreed period. Ownership will pass to you as soon as you’ve paid all amounts due under the agreement. Financing periods can be structured between 12 to 60 months, with or without a final balloon payment. Market-related interest rates apply, which may be linked to the prime lending rate or alternatively fixed, over the agreed finance period. There is no minimum deposit payable unless there is a change to the current legislation or to your credit profile.
Instalment sale agreements are typically offered between 6 and 60 months.
Instalment payments can be structured equally over the entire agreement period so that there is no balloon payment at the end. Alternately a final balloon payment can be arranged.
A final balloon payment is a larger than normal final payment resulting in a lower monthly repayment.
Under an instalment sale agreement you become the vehicle owner at the end of the agreement.
This is provided that you’ve paid all due amounts under the agreement. When the agreement comes to an end and all due amounts under the agreement have been met, you simply contact TATA Financial Services to initiate the change of title-holder and re-register the vehicle in your name.
You own the goods when you’ve paid the full amount.
If the vehicle is an asset used for business, you can claim depreciation as well as yearly interest paid against tax.
You’ll enjoy the benefit of any resale value.
This type of agreement will suit you as an individual, a self-employed individual or if you’re a business-owner that would like to own the asset at the end of the agreement.
Lease / Rental Finance
This method of finance gives you the right to use your TATA of choice for an agreed period, during which time you pay monthly rentals. At the end of the term, ownership passes either absolutely or upon satisfaction of specific conditions. Financing periods can be structured between 12 and 60 months, with or without a final balloon payment. Market-related interest rates apply which may be linked to the prime lending rate or alternatively fixed, over the agreed finance period. There is no minimum deposit payable unless there is a change to the current legislation or to your credit profile.
TATA Lease agreements are typically offered between 6 and 60 months.
At the end of the term ownership does not pass to you automatically, however, you have the option of either returning your TATA to TATA Financial Services, acquiring ownership or extending the lease.
Ownership is subject to the conditions set out in the credit agreement, which include payment of all monthly rentals due and payment of a nominal ownership amount.
TATA Lease agreements can be structured equally over the entire agreement period with or without a final balloon payment at the end.
A final balloon payment is a larger than normal final rental resulting in a lower monthly rental.
With Lease Finance there is also the option of refinancing the final balloon payment provided that at the time of your application for finance, there is no adverse change to your credit profile.
Market-related interest rates apply which may be linked to the prime-lending rate or alternatively fixed, over the agreed finance period. There is no minimum deposit payable unless there is a change to the current legislation or to your credit profile.
You don’t need to own the asset to use it.
Rentals can be claimed as an expense against tax.
You avoid tying up working capital.
Stepped payments, inflated rentals and other structures can be tailored to your needs.
This type of agreement will suit you if you are using the asset to generate income; or receive a car allowance; or you want to claim the expense against tax; or you own a business.
Credit Protection Cover
Credit life protects you and your family in the event of your death, permanent TATA, temporary TATA, retrenchment or diagnosis of a dread disease.
How will you benefit
- Death: This benefit will pay out what you still owe your finance provider.
- Permanent TATA: This benefit will pay out what you still owe your financial provider.
- Temporary TATA: While you are temporarily disabled you will receive an amount of money equal to your monthly instalments.
- Dread Diseases: The policy will pay out what you still owe your financial institution once there is a conclusive diagnosis of the dread disease.
- Retrenchment: Your monthly instalment will be paid for a maximum period of 3 months per claim, but limited to a maximum period of 6 months after a waiting period of 3 months.
Why this product
Peace of mind knowing that your family won’t be left struggling with debt they can’t pay in the event of your death or permanent disability.
You may find that the money your insurer pays out is not enough to cover what you still owe your finance provider. This is an extended policy that gives you additional cover in the event your vehicle is written off or stolen.
How will you benefit
This policy pays the difference between what your Comprehensive Insurance pays and what you owe the bank, excluding arrears, arrear interest and refundables (i.e. Warranties) up to a maximum of R1 000 000.
This policy pays up to a maximum of R6 000 towards your excess on your Comprehensive Insurance claim.
Why this product
You have the comfort of knowing that should your vehicle be written off or stolen and there be a TATA on the amount you owe your finance provider, this policy will cover that shortfall.
- Commercial vehicle and fleet insurance
- Credit Shortfall Cover
- Credit Protection Cover
- Loss of income
- Goods In Transit