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I would not use an overdraft to finance any thing other than daily running costs
I would prefer to lease the capital for capital costs as that way the money is tax deductible with a known monthly repayment
over drafts can be called at anytime
however as I said get professional advice from an accountant before you do anything
IF you are in a business they will know all the law for business operations. Do not hire him for family or criminal law as he may not be up to date on the latest proceedings.the benefits would be a cost saving from getting it right the first time.