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10 01 2013

10 01 2013

5 Reasons To Invest In Equipment Leasing

Equipment financing is one of the best ways to expand a business. When leasing or financing from a reputable source, new and used equipment can be both affordable and reliable. In uncertain economic times, often the last thing a business owner can afford is expensive new equipment that will have to be replaced in a few years. This is why equipment leasing options are great for small business owners. Keep reading to find five reasons why equipment financing is a great choice for any entrepreneur.

1. Save money

Perhaps the top reason entrepreneurs invest in equipment leasing services is because it saves money, and as any small business owner knows, it’s often difficult to find room in a budget for equipment expenditures among other expenses.

Rather than individually buying new equipment in full, which can be expensive and inefficient, leasing allows a company to use up-to-date technology and equipment without paying for it all at once and risking the health of cash flow.

2. Upgrade with ease

With technology changing so rapidly, it seems once a small business owner updates their current systems, they’re out of date again a year later. Because an entrepreneur doesn’t have to fully invest in new technology when leasing, they can upgrade to better technology and equipment as soon as it becomes available, making it efficient to keep up with the competition. Sometimes, the difference between success and inefficiency comes with reliable and modern equipment, making leasing a smart choice for any business.

3. Test out technology

If a small business owner isn’t sure if a piece of equipment is right for their company, leasing and financing are great options. Short-term leases let organizations test out new technology without spending a fortune.

Instead of paying huge sums for equipment without knowing if they’ll work out for years down the road, leasing lets owners figure out what is just right for their business without fully committing to anything they may not need.

4. Tax deductible

When tax season rolls around, small business owners will be happy they decided to opt for leasing heavy equipment or technology. By using these services, entrepreneurs set themselves up to benefit from potential tax breaks, including Section 179, which can add up to significant savings over the course of the lease. These and other business expenses can be written off each year – taking advantage of these benefits can help drive a company forward.

5. No hassles

Banks have tightened lending standards over the last several years, making getting a small business loan difficult for even the most qualified candidates. Leasing options are more flexible and make the process of obtaining new equipment fast and easy.

Staying on top of business trends can be a job in and of itself, and getting left behind can damage a company. New equipment can ensure the safe future of a company.

If an entrepreneur is interested in expanding their business, they can come to National Funding for help. National Funding offers a variety of equipment leasing and financing services, making it easier to steer a business in the right direction.

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