and other financing sources tend to move
slowly, drawing out the process of application, review
... and, finally, you receive your equipment.
to the U.S.
Small Business Administration:
of all U.S. companies use leasing as a
source of acquisition for some or all of their equipment.
of those companies will lease equipment
again in the future.
of all companies that lease find leasing
is their average-to-best means for equipment purchases
Simpler, more flexible documentation. 100% financing. Think leasing to
company should be a no-brainer? Can't understand how decisions can take
long? They don't have to.
on the edge, avoid obsolescence
Buying promotes keeping equipment far beyond its useful life. Out-dated
equipment is often shuttled downstream or stored away until it is
Leasing's built-in termination date, the lease term, can be
equipment's productive life.
with someone who understands your
Leasing companies that specialize in your industry can provide valuable
financial input and structure transactions that fit your specific
as the cash flows
Is your business seasonal, your business cycle predictable? Why not pay
that new equipment when it is paying for itself. Leasing is flexible.
Customized lease payment schedules to fit your cash flow.
rate lease payments
Your lease payments are fixed for the life of the lease contract. Fixed
enable you to more accurately predict equipment costs and cash needs.
If it appreciates, buy it. If it depreciates, lease it. Traditional
are perfect for running the day-to-day operations of a business but not
funding long-term equipment acquisitions. Leasing provides an alternate
of credit and financing more suited for depreciating assets. Don't
Your budget allows the purchase of only what you absolutely require ...
what your really want and need? Ask how leasing can stretch budgeted
acquire the quality and quantity you really need.
Leasing does not weaken your borrowing power. Lease and your existing
line stays healthy and available for the unforeseen.
Lease rental payments are made from pre-tax rather than after-tax
Lease payments may be fully deductible, consult your accountant.
How can leasing help grow your business? Call us!
program is often
chosen by those who:
interested in tax and accounting benefits that
come with off-balance-sheet payments which are considered an operating
to simplify asset management and reduce TCO
(total cost of ownership), syncing the lease term with the technology
a FMV lease's lower monthly payments to
stretch budgeted dollars.
lease's end the equipment can be purchased for
its then Fair Market Value.
$1 Buyout option is
intended for customers who intend to own the equipment at lease's end.
can positively effect a company's bottom line with such benefits as
earnings, improved tax treatment and increased cash flow while
best available equipment on the market. Leasing can help companies
equipment they need today, without drawing down lines of credit or
reserves. And with leasing, companies pay for the equipment as it is
used, so the equipment pays for itself. Equipment leasing is a proven,
financial tool used to optimize the growth and profitability of today's
Lease (TRL) acts as an option to either purchase or return the
equipment at the
completion of the Original Lease Term. Compared to a standard
of 12, 24, 36, 48, or 60 months, the term on a TRL is shortened to 21,
or 52 monthly payments. The Lessee can return the equipment after the
Lease Term or they can choose to purchase the equipment by making 3
monthly payments on a 21 month term (24 payments to own), 5 on a 31
(36 to own), 6 on a 42 month term (48 payments to own), or 8 on a 52
(60 payments to own.) The Residual payments are made
state have restrictions on leasing programs - Ask your