A Safer Option than Online Lenders. We know that business owners can get in a pinch financially and feel they need to resort to online lenders for fast cash. Many of these online lenders, such as a Merchant Cash Advance (MCA), offer quick funding with little paperwork, but this decision can have long term effects on your finances. These online lending structures may be based on your business's future sales, making it a higher risk funding option with a greater liability on your balance sheet. Many of these online options also have very high interest rates, forcing you into a
Providing alternative solutions to businesses in need of a fast and reliable source of working capital. Below is one of our recent funding solutions that provided our client with the working capital needed to ensure the growth and success of their business. $1,000,000 Receivables Line coupled with a $350,000 Equipment Lease, along with a Brokerage Line of $500,000 and a $100,000 Term Note for a Trucking and Storage Company Contact us today to discuss the working capital options available to your business. CONTACT US TODAY!
In thinking about whether Leasing is the right solution for obtaining Equipment for your business, ask yourself the following questions: Will depleting your available cash put your business in a defensive position? Does technology increase rapidly in your industry, rendering equipment obsolete in three to five years? Do you want to gain a variety of tax benefits? Would you like to get a more expensive piece of equipment, but are concerned about spending additional cash to do so? Do you want to preserve your cash flow? Do you want to have flexibility in how long you will make payments on a
Capital Lease / Finance Lease / $1 Buyout May also be referred to as a nominal or ($1) dollar-buyout lease. These leases share the advantage of fixed monthly payments, but with the guaranteed option to purchase the equipment for a nominal price at the conclusion of the lease. With this type of lease there is no uncertainty about the value of the equipment at the conclusion of the lease as the buyout terms are generally a part of the initial agreement. Finance type lease may not qualify under I.R.S. regulations for deductibility. The lessee is considered the owner of the
“If it appreciates, buy it. If it depreciates or becomes obsolete, lease it.” When deciding whether Equipment Leasing is the right step for your company, keep in mind these 7 advantages: Preserve your cash flow. With leasing, you need only a minimal initial investment to get the equipment you need, and you can comfortably spread your payments out over time. This allows you to preserve your working capital for the operation and growth of your business. Increase flexibility. Your equipment needs will grow and change along with your business. With equipment leasing, you have the option to take on additional