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Printing Equipment Leasing and How We Can Help

Any printing equipment owner knows that profits ride high only as long as the machines stay running. If regular, high-volume printing is required, you may want to consider leasing printers. This is where we at LeaseIt Corporation come in. As a trusted name in printing equipment leasing, we make sure that you get equipment and lease conditions customized for your needs. With our 24-hour credit approval and competitive financing solutions, you can take advantage of leasing a wide range of printers, graphic cameras, presses and binding equipment quickly and conveniently. Our services will help you make the most of your printing business without having to ...

Create the Best Ambiance in Your Restaurant by Leasing the Perfect Equipment

Have you made plans to open up a new restaurant? Are you looking for innovative ways to infuse some life back into your business? Then we have the right solutions for you. Whether you are starting off a brand new business or are looking to revamp it, we can provide you with various excellent measures to achieve your goal. We, at leaseitcorp.com, realize the fact that your business can grow tremendously by adding the right accessories. This is why we cater to a wide variety of eateries by financing equipment that is suitable to their needs. We excel at providing excellent equipment leasing that will transform your restaurant completely. How We Can ...

Medical Equipment Leasing Helps Health Care Practitioner’s With Technology Obsolescence

Competent health care doesn't just happen - you have to work at it constantly to achieve high standards of quality care. Health care organizations need to do everything possible to deliver a full range of healthcare solutions for their patients. The Right Medical Equipment is an important part of this equation. Leases, term loans and tax-exempt financing can help you get the medical equipment your organization needs while staying true to its business plans, marketing policy and financial goals. Renew and Upgrade Your Medical Equipment Your practice's success depends on perfect performance of the in-house medical equipment. Old machines are ...

Advantages of Office Equipment Leasing

Entrepreneurs and business start-ups are often hard-strapped for cash. Depending on the needs of a business, many companies rely heavily on computer equipment and machinery to ensure smooth day-to-day operations. However, the idea of having money locked up in a piece of equipment that may soon be obsolete is a scary thought. Considering the nature of today's businesses and a heavy reliance on the latest technology, equipment leasing often seems like a much better idea than an outright purchase! Leasing Puts You at an Advantage! Do you want to acquire the latest technology for your offices, without spending a fortune financing it? Are you ...

Benefits of Dental Equipment Leasing

Dental equipment is very expensive. Anyone that has purchased various types of dental equipment know just how high these expenses can be. Buying can be a great financial risk, so taking a second look at your finances is always an important thing to do. The good news is that you do have options and most likely not what you had in mind. Did you know that you can lease dental equipment without it affecting your personal finances. This technology keeps advancing and so it becomes a challenge to keep up to date with the latest dental advancements. Technology is moving at a rapid pace in the denistry industry and it doesn't take long to be left in the dust ...

How To Improve Your Business Credit

You can improve your business's creditworthiness by taking the following steps: 1. Pay your bills on time. The payment experiences other companies have with you greatly impacts your FICO score. For this reason you should always pay within your suppliers terms. This is the best way to drive a positive credit rating.  2. Ensure that all your trade references are reflected on your credit report. If you pay your references on a timely basis you certainly want this information to be reflected on your report. Check your business report twice a year to make sure all your trade reference experiences are being reported. 3. Keep your personal finances up to ...

The Convenience of Auto Leasing

Car leasing is a convenient way to get a new car, drive it while it's new and trouble- free, then turn it in for another. It's not an expensive convenience, either. Just think about these benefits: SAVE CASH - Remember the down payment you used to make when you bought a new car? All you have to do is put up your first monthly payment and a small security deposit. SAVE TROUBLE - You lease it for 24, 36 or 48 months and most probably turn it in before irritating car troubles develop. DRIVE HAPPY - Besides a new car with less chance for mechanical problems, you'll be getting a lease tailored to your needs. GET MORE - You can lease a more expensive ...

IRS Section 179 Tax Deduction For Capital Equipment

For tax year 2009, many small businesses are able to deduct up to $250,000 of purchased equipment and software as soon as these items are put to work under the Section 179 depreciation provisions. Both new and used assets are eligible. There was however an investment limitation of $800,000. Said limitation was reduced dollar for dollar by the cost of the property placed in service in excess of the investment limitation. To take advantage of the $250,000 allowance, the assets must be purchased in the 2009 tax year. For taxable years beginning 2010, the Section 179 expense limit was reduced to $134,000, and the maximum deductible expense must be ...

What Is A Capital Lease?

A Capital Lease is some what similar to a loan agreement and is sometimes referred to as a Lease Purchase Agreement. From the Lessor's viewpoint a capital lease is a sale of equipment and the lessee construes it as a purchase. The lessee takes possession of some equipment, makes periodic lease payments and at the end of the lease, the equipment can be purchased for an amount significantly lower than it's fair market value. Since the equipment is construed as a purchase by the lessee, it must be reflected on their balance sheet as a fixed asset with a corresponding liability. Leases that are in effect purchases are called Capital Leases since the ...