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  • Use of Equipment Leasing Is The Use of an Asset.

    No Business pays it employees’ salaries in advance; businesses pay people as they contribute.  It should be no different with a contributing asset like business equipment.  Leasing enables you to pay as you use.
  • Fixed Payments. 

    Monthly payments on a lease are generally fixed for the entire term of the lease.  This is a distinct advantage in times when many financing transactions have floating interest rates.  Knowing in advance what your payments will be enables you to budget and manage equipment dollars for a long time.
  • Longer Terms.

    Many banks only lend money short term, usually 12 to 36 months.  In lease arrangements, the term can be as long as 60 months, and in some cases even longer.
  • Protection From Obsolescence.

    Industry analysts say technological advances could make today’s equipment obsolete in a very short period of time.  This is especially true with computers.  Leasing lets you match the term to what you perceive to be the equipment’s useful life.  You pay for the equipment only for the period of time that you feel the equipment is really working for you.  Many lease plans also have a provision for upgrading as required.
  • No Down Payment.

    Most traditional financing options require a sizable down payment.  On cash purchases this can be as much as 20 percent.  No down payment is required on a lease.
  • 100 Percent Financing

    Traditional methods of financing usually do not include “soft” items such as installation and freight.  A good lease transaction includes both of these, thereby allowing you to finance the total package.
  • Flexibility.

    Leasing provides a lessee with greater structuring flexibility:  The leasing industry is typically populated by aggressive entrepreneurs who find ways to structure lease transactions to fit the needs of the customers.  This gives a lessee the opportunity of make the most of such lease structuring variables as number and amount of advance payments, purchase options, etc.
  • Simpler Than Bank Loans

    Leasing programs and procedures are designed to take the red tape out of financing capital equipment for business.
  • Purchase or Renewal Options

    Most lease arrangements allow customers the option to purchase at a stated amount or at fair market value, or to renew the lease at a reduced monthly payment.  The lease structure determines which of these options is available.
  • Conservation of Capital

    Because of the sizable cash outlay involved in purchasing new equipment, many businesses lease to conserve capital.  Money is better used to buy inventory, advertise and hire personnel than to purchase equipment that is worth less and less as time goes by.  If you are in a business where you have important alternative uses for money on hand, leasing always wins out in the “lease vs. buy” analysis.
  • Easier Cash Flow Forecasting

    Leasing, which is simply dollar-per-month financing, helps equipment users fit a monthly payment into their budgets.  Because payments are fixed, users can continue to intelligently budget into the future
  •  Ability to Work Within Budget Limitations and Around Corporate Purchasing Committees

    Subsidiaries of large corporations or department managers of small companies have the authority to acquire equipment they need, but only if it fits within operating budget guidelines.  Many managers decide to acquire needed equipment via leasing because it allows them to have the use of the equipment (which is all they really want) and still work within operating budget limits.  They don’t have to go to capital expenditure committees for approval.
  • Tax Benefits

    Lessees can usually deduct their monthly lease payments as operating expenses.  This clearly reduces the new cost of the lease.  Leasing is generally advantageous to most businesses.  Nevertheless, it’s always best to talk to your tax accountant first.  Under the current alternative minimum tax rules, ownership of equipment triggers depreciation, which is a tax preference item.
  • Special Programs

    Marketing and pricing programs can be customized to reflect the financing needs of specific industries.
  • Master Lease

    Businesses with multiple locations or divisions can derive benefits from a master lease agreement.  An MLA is an agreement between the lessee and lessor as to the terms and conditions under which they will do business.  (It usually does not include pricing information.)  The advantage of agreeing to terms and conditions with a selected lessor is that the acquisition process is simplified on all future installations, because this time-consuming exercise – enjoyed only by attorneys – is eliminated.
  • State-of-the-Art Equipment

    When dollars are already budgeted, managers who need newer equipment can conveniently acquire that equipment on a dollars-per-month basis since the monthly payment precedent usually has been established.
  • Additional Lines of Credit

    When equipment is bought with borrowed funds, credit lines with a lender are reduced.  When equipment is leased, a business has, in fact, established an additional line of credit with its lessor.
  • Special Advantages for Municipalities

    Some leasing companies have true municipal lease programs that pass on the benefit of the tax-exempt status of the lessor’s income to the lessee in the form of reduced monthly payments.  These programs also include a fiscal funding clause that allows the municipality to cancel the lease contract if funds are not allocated to continue.
  • Use Lessor for Other Equipment Needs

    While some companies have captive finance companies to handle only their equipment, other lessors are in a position to lease just about anything.  If you have the good fortune of selecting a full-service vendor/lessor, all your equipment – from photocopiers to forklifts – can be handled by someone with whom you have already developed a business relationship.
  • Respond to New Business Opportunities

    Leasing your new machinery and equipment will allow you to preserve your existing cash flow to respond to new business opportunities.  The profiles generated from the productivity of the equipment is usually greater than the lease payments.


Contact - Las Vegas

RTW, Inc
3111 S. Valley View Boulevard, Suite F-101
Las Vegas, NV. - 89102

Phone: (702) 221-8590
Toll Free: (800) 767-0077

Contact - Accounting

RTW, Inc
2321 E. University Drive,
Suite 101
Mesa, AZ - 85213.

Phone: (480) 816-0077

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