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How does equipment-leasing work?

  • We (the Lessor) purchase the equipment (asset) and you (the Lessee) make the monthly payments on that equipment over a set period of time for the term of the lease in exchange for its use.

Who is responsible for the maintenance and insurance of the leased equipment?

  • You (the Lessee) are responsible for the insurance and maintenance of the leased equipment throughout the duration of the lease.

Ive heard there are tax advantages to leasing. Is that true?

  • There may be a significant tax advantage available to your business as a result of lease financing. Leasing may be considered an operating expense rather than a capital expenditure. While subject to government guidelines, this means your lease payments may be tax deductible. Check with your tax advisor for details on your specific situation.

What happens at the end of the lease?

Once the lease term is up, the following options may be considered:
  • Purchase the equipment for the predetermined buyout or residual amount;
  • Extend the term of the lease and continue to pay the monthly lease amount;
  • Trade-in the equipment for the latest model;
  • Return the equipment to the Lessor.

What kind of equipment do you lease?

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