Leasing your point of sale system can be more cost effective than financing. With low fixed monthly lease payments you can afford to get the equipment you need today, for less.
The Main Advantages of Leasing: ■ Conserve working capital
■ Preserve your credit lines - Does not affect your bank or credit lines
■ Eliminate obsolescence
■ Overcome budget limitations
■ Purchase equipment you need now without the burden of an up front cash
There are a variety of lease plans available.
Choose the one that works best for you.
$1.00 (Dollar) Buy-Out
For those fairly certain they wish to purchase the point of sale equipment at
the end of the lease term, this is the recommended plan. At the end of the lease
term, the equipment is simply purchased for $1.00 (processing fees may apply).
Advantages: Lower Buyout at end of lease. Disadvantages: No tax Benefit, Higher
10% Lease This type of lease allows for lower payments during the lease period with a
10% of the initial value of the equipment due at the end of the lease should the
equipment be purchased.
Fair Market Value or True Lease
For those worried about obsolescence, this plan offers the most options during
and at the end of the lease. It is also particularly beneficial to those who
want to have both a small security deposit and a relatively low monthly payment.
A True Lease allows the most costs to be deferred to the end of the lease, when
a decision to retain or upgrade the equipment can be made. At lease end, the
equipment can be purchased, returned or the lease extended.