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06 25 2013

06 25 2013

Small Business Equipment Procurement: Is It Better to Lease or to Purchase?

Every business, large or small, requires some equipment; the major decision lies with whether to lease or purchase the equipment.  There are inherent risks and benefits to both purchasing and leasing equipment and each business owner must decide what’s best for them.  Whether you decide to purchase or lease the equipment for your business, financing will likely be necessary.  With traditional lenders still unwilling to help, alternative lenders like National Funding are available to help.  Learn more about the pros and cons of equipment leasing versus purchasing in our white paper titled, Small Business Equipment Procurement: Is It Better to Lease or to Purchase?


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