Finance & Lending


07 01 2014

07 01 2014

When Is It Time To Consider Equipment Leasing and Financing?

Leasing equipment is a great way to gain access to the most up to date business materials without being burdened by the hefty costs that come along with investing in new equipment in full. By entering a lease with companies like National Funding, you can stay ahead of competitors, test out the latest in IT and heavy machinery and decide what’s best for your company. Here are a couple of times when you should consider equipment leasing and financing for your business:

When business is expanding

When operations are thriving and you find yourself in a position to invest more heavily in staff or new products and services, it may be the perfect time to explore your equipment leasing options.

Business is constantly evolving, and as an entrepreneur, you need to be prepared for the future. This means not only updating your business practices and marketing techniques, but also improving efficiency by investing in the best equipment for your business. If you’re not sure whether you want to take the plunge and financially commit to a new piece of equipment, leasing may be the solution you’re looking for. When entering a lease, you can essentially test out equipment for a few months and see how it benefits you and your staff. If you find the equipment has helped your company thrive, you can purchase the item outright at the end of the lease. If you’d rather extend the lease or opt for another piece of equipment instead, you’re also free to do just that.

When technology comes front and center

Not every company is Internet or tech based, but that doesn’t mean technology isn’t essential to small business success. The right piece of IT equipment can make all the difference in your business, whether it helps process payroll more quickly, allows you to create a rich and easy to navigate website, or prompts you to explore the world of mobile technology.

When technology becomes important to your business, it may be the time to research leasing and financing options. As IT equipment tends to outstrip and outdate itself year after year, leasing is ideal for those who are looking to try out equipment without committing to a particular make or model.

If you’re interested in finding out more about IT equipment leases and other types of financing options, contact National Funding today.


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