Benefits of Leasing
Let your equipment pay for itself

Leasing provides you with the use of equipment for an agreed upon payment. You pay for equipment as it is being used to generate revenue rather than cash upfront. This helps maximize the matching of income to investment.

Avoid Technological Obsolescence

We take the risk if your equipment becomes devalued because of new technology. If you lease, you are not "stuck" with equipment that is no longer useful to you. Leasing also allows you to upgrade, trade-in, or add-on to your equipment during the lease term.

Tax Advantages

Lease Payments may be fully deductible as a business expense. Leasing can also help you avoid Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) liability.

Minimize Balance Sheet Liabilities

Lease payments may be eligible for "off-balance sheet" treatment, where items are treated as expenses rather than Assets and Liabilities, improving financial ratios.

Finance "Soft Costs"

You may be able to include some or all of the expenses associated with equipment use, such as shipping, installation, or maintenance, into the lease agreement.

Preserve Lines of Credit

Leasing will not tie up valuable lines of credit you may need for expenses or to fuel growth and expansion.

Flexible Payment Options

Leasing allows you to design payment structures to meet budgetary requirements or seasonal cash flows. Lease terms can range from 12 to 60 months with flexible renewal options.

Flexible End-of-lease Options

At the end of your lease, you can purchase the equipment according to the predetermined purchase option, upgrade to new equipment, renew the lease at substantial savings.