Franchise Capitalization - Equipment Lease - Business Finance  
Logo Nationwide Unsecured  Your Small Business Resource Center Nationwide Unsecured
HOME|WHY NWU|BUSINESS LOANS|START UP LOANS|PERSONAL LOANS|EQUIPMENT LEASE|CONTACT US|ADD TO FAVORITES|BLOG
Apply Now Apply Now Apply Now
 
Personal Loans
 
Business Loans
 
Start Up Loans
 
Personal Loans
 
Approved
 
Official PayPal Seal  
 
 

Equipment Lease and Equipment Leasing

 

IRS Section 179
Business owners who acquire equipment including machinery, computers, and other tangible goods, usually prefer a substantial deduction in a single tax year, rather than a little at a time over a number of years. This accelerated deduction is known by its section in the tax code: a Section 179 deduction. The 2009 law extends the amount of qualified property that a business can expense under Section 179 to $250,000.This incentive is for equipment placed in service by December 31, 2009 and is designed for small companies, so the deduction phases out when a business purchases more than $800,000 in one year. (Companies cannot write off more than their taxable income).

PRESERVATION OF CREDIT
*Due to the fact that an equipment lease is not a loan, a client actually increases their borrowing capacity.  Leasing is actually a NEW credit source, which allows a client to preserve and/or maximize their ability to obtain an unsecured loan or unsecured line of credit.

PRESERVATION OF CAPITAL
*A client’s valuable capital is preserved by an equipment lease; capital can then be used for many other company uses (increasing inventories, expanding sales, etc.). The average return on capital in business is 18% AFTER taxes.

MAINTAIN A COMPETITIVE EDGE
*Utilizing an equipment lease allows the client the opportunity to maintain the most current equipment available by replacing obsolete equipment periodically.

TAX BENEFITS
*Generally speaking, 100% of an equipment lease can be expensed where normally only the interest portion of bank financing would be eligible.

WHY CLIENTS LEASE EQUIPMENT
* A client utilizes an equipment lease because leasing represents the best use of their financial resources. A client which does not lease operates at a competitive disadvantage. A client would deny themselves the productivity-enhancing benefit of better equipment which they could otherwise obtain. A client would operate with older equipment than they could otherwise afford. Ultimately, a client may lose the ability to compete, having higher costs and lower productivity than better-equipped operations.

Items that can be Leased
*New and used equipment
*Municipal services equipment
*Food processing equipment
*Packaging equipment
*Agricultural equipment
*Manufacturing and processing equipment
*Printing and pre-press equipment
*Medical and dental equipment
*Office furniture
*Computer equipment
*Machine tools
*Material handling equipment
*Construction equipment
*And more

According to the State of the Equipment Finance Industry report, in 2009, end-users will lease approximately $672 billion of their nearly $1.19 trillion of equipment and software investment. End-users are expected to lease the same percentage of their equipment investment in 2009 as in 2008, resulting in a year-over-year increase in both equipment investment and lease volume of 3.1 percent.

Nationwide Unsecured has the nation's premier equipment leasing and unsecured loan/line of credit options. Whether you're a vendor looking for competitive rates and flexible financing for your customers, or a business owner who recognizes the advantages of equipment leasing, Nationwide Unsecured is the partner you need in today's competitive world. Nationwide Unsecured is Your Small Business Resource Center. Apply on-line now.

Home |Why NWU|Business Loans|Start-up Loans|Personal Loans|Equipment Lease|Contact Us|Loan Calculator

  SITE MAP | PRIVACY POLICY

 
 
 
2007 © Nationwide Unsecured, Inc. All rights reserved.
Powered by Bitlinews.com
Crown Mortgage Company LifeLock Identity Theft Prevention - Save 10%