| It has become increasingly
more common in recent years for companies to lease equipment.
Typically a lease can run anywhere
from 24 to 60 months. Most equipment necessary in commercial businesses
today, including technical equipment, can be leased. Some leases
provide an option to then purchase the equipment at substantially less
money when at the end of the term of the lease. By leasing equipment,
if structured properly, you can maintain your credit availability, as
the lease debt does not have to be considered a direct liability on
your financial statements. This is advantageous, as it does not limit
your ability to borrow from lending sources.
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THE LEASING ADVANTAGE
Leasing conserves your working capital by requiring usually just the
first and last payment. This frees your working capital for other
profit generating activities or investments.
Save bank lines of credit
Leasing preserves your bank line of credit so that you are ready if a
business opportunity or unexpected demand for cash occurs. No
collateral checks and having to “mortgage your soul”!
Leasing allows you a dollar for dollar write off of the lease rental
payments. The depreciation advantage of ownership is far less
attractive when compared to leasing.
Leasing provides 100% financing. Consulting, maintenance, freight,
installation and training costs, may be included in the lease.
No obsolete equipment
Leasing affords you the opportunity to add-on, upgrade or replace
Custom tailored to your needs
Leasing can be tailored to fit your budget requirements. At the end of
the lease term, you will have the option of purchasing the equipment,
re-leasing the equipment or simply returning the equipment to the