Finance the purchase of expensive equipment to spread the cost over a period & reduce the strain on your cashflow
Upgrading or replacing equipment your business needs quickly and economically is very important in order to keep the business operating efficiently or to meet increasing demand. Any tangible asset other than property used in the operation of a business may be considered business equipment.
Purchasing the equipment outright can put a substantial strain on your cash flow so many businesses choose to finance expensive equipment to spread the cost over the useful life of the asset in order to make it more accessible. Other times, the business will want to use the capital to invest in other areas. Most of the time, the equipment itself is used as collateral for the loan.
Purchasing the equipment outright can put a substantial strain on your cash flow. Spread the cost of the equipment over the useful life of the asset in order to make it more accessible and retain your working capital for other expenses.
Keep the business operating efficiently or meet increasing demand with the newest and most efficient tools.
With each payment there is interest paid. For most equipment financing terms, the interest paid on the financing payments can be written off as tax deductible.