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Advantages to Leasing


LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Your monthly lease payment will usually be lower than the payment required by other methods of financing. You can actually afford more of the best with leasing.

ACQUIRE EQUIPMENT WITHOUT TYING UP CAPITAL
Where other types of financing require a hefty down payment, leasing is 100% financing. Most lease agreements require an advance of only one or two months' payments. Leasing puts the equipment to work for you immediately, at a minimal up-front cost.

PROTECT YOUR LINES OF CREDIT
Lease payments have no impact on your credit lines with your bank. Your borrowing power is preserved for other business opportunities.

MAINTAIN A COMPETITIVE EDGE
The latest and best equipment lets you do the job faster, better and cheaper than the competition. Leasing gives you the advantage of the latest available technology at an affordable cost.

ELIMINATE OBSOLESCENCE
The newest innovation doesn't stay new. Leasing gives you today's best technology and then lets you upgrade when the equipment has outlived its advantage. You can eliminate the hassle of selling equipment at a depreciated value.

TAKE CARE OF THE "HIDDEN COSTS"
Leasing gives you more than just the equipment. It also can cover the cost of delivery and installation. Your lease includes everything it takes to actually put the equipment to work for you.

REALIZE TAX ADVANTAGE
Purchases are made with after-tax dollars. Your lease payments are usually considered a pre-tax business expense and as such may reduce your taxes.

SIMPLIFY ACCOUNTING
Lease payments are little more than a line-item in your monthly cost of operations-- a minimal bookkeeping effort that frees you from time-consuming depreciation schedules.

GUARD AGAINST MARKET CONDITIONS WITH A FIXED PAYMENT
Remember 1980, when interest rates skyrocketed from 9% to 21% in a single year. Unlike bank lines of credit with variable rates, lease payments are fixed-- no matter what happens to the market tomorrow.

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