Ice Resurfacer Leasing Services

Please be aware Leasing has become a major source of financing in today's competitive market.

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LSK Enterprises, Inc.
P.O. Box 62885
Virginia Beach, VA 23466-2885
USA

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Contact: Ray LaFond
(757) 366-0166 ext 1
Mon - Fri, 8:30-5:00pm

BENEFITS OF LEASE FINANCING

Leasing has become a major source of financing in today's competitive market. Approximately 80% of all U.S. firms currently lease equipment, and leasing now accounts for one-third of externally-financed equipment.

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American companies today use leasing as a practical and cost-effective method of acquiring equipment needed to run their business operations. With leasing, managers can maximize productivity and profits through the effective use of assets.

WORKING CAPITAL AND CREDIT LINES

Leasing provides another source of credit that is specifically designed to accommodate vehicle acquisition. Leasing does not tie up cash in equity so working capital and bank lines will remain available for future expenditures and investments.

TOTAL SOLUTION FINANCING

While other financing options may require large down payments, most leases require an advance of only one or two payments. In addition, associated soft costs such as software, training, and installation can often be included in the cost of the lease.

BETTER EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT

Leasing provides a viable alternative to cash purchases of capital assets. Managers can maximize returns by investing in assets that produce positive financial results for their organizations

FIXED PAYMENT FINANCING

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Unlike bank lines of credit featuring variable rates, lease payments are fixed. These fixed lease payments protect companies against rising interest rates and lessen the impact of inflation.

TAX BENEFITS

True lease payments are generally 100% tax deductible as an operational expense. This means that leasing can save on taxes because the cost may come out of pre-tax dollars instead of after-tax profits. Speak to an expert about financing and IRS Section 179.