Equipment Financing



New and pre-owned equipment leases with little or no down payments or collateral required. Add equipment to your business and don’t tie up your capital. For some businesses, it’s as simple as a smartphone and tablet computer, for others it’s a box truck, or a full suite of medical tools, dialysis and an X-ray machine. Some of the equipment you use can be used for many years, while some other items you may purchase might be broken or no longer relevant in 24 months.

There are ways to get this equipment and finance it instead of tying up your capital in it. The approval process is fast, the payment schedule is more then affordable, and there are potential tax advantages that you may receive. In 2015, Congress passed a bill, Section 179 deduction permanent, which will allow small businesses to write off up to $500,000 in qualifying equipment in the year in which it is purchased. Receive a quick decision and get the equipment you need.

Do I Qualify?
How can I use equipment financing?

Depending on your industry and the equipment you are seeking, you may be able to qualify for low-cost equipment financing. With lease finance, you could be able to structure terms in a way that best meets your budget. You will be able to keep your bank and other lines of credit open for use if you choose to lease the equipment you need rather then purchasing it.

You can use equipment financing to buy or lease equipment, new or used. It will cost you more to lease a piece of equipment than to buy it. However, some lessors offer a purchase option in case you later decide to buy the equipment, which you can later use as an asset and sell.

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