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Offering a wide variety of competitively priced financing and leasing options supports your sales offerings by allowing you to overcome common selling obstacles, such as customers’ budgetary and cash flow constraints.

WHY OFFER EQUIPMENT FINANCING?

Meeting your equipment sales goals takes a financing partner who prioritizes rapid decisions, consistency, and flexibility. Working with you behind the scenes, we help you close more sales with our proprietary underwriting process that turns around decisions before you’ve had your first cup of coffee. And our vendor finance experts know your industry, an advantage you’ll appreciate for years to come.

We help you:

  1. Achieve more closed sales opportunities
  2. Maximize the scope of each sales opportunity
  3. Maintain and increase margins
  4. Apply easily – We make it as easy as possible with our proprietary underwriting process and credit decisions within about an hour.
  5. Better manage your accounts receivable
  6. Offer flexible terms

We help your customers:

  1. Apply easily
  2. Access flexible terms – We offer a wide variety of loans and leases to assist any customer.
  3. Work with empowered financing professionals – You and your customers will interact with experienced professionals who have, on average, 25 years of industry experience. No call center set up here; we make decisions with you in real time.
  4. Get the latest tax expertise – Our professionals know the ins and outs of tax ramifications for different financing structures and this expertise is available to you and your customers on each and every sales opportunity. Make sure to consult your tax adviser about your specific situation.
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INDUSTRIES THAT BENEFIT FROM VENDOR FINANCING

Industrial Machinery Equipment

Office & IT Equipment

Packaging and Construction Equipment

Printing and Graphic Arts

Vocational Vehicles

Healthcare Equipment

Veterinary Equipment

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The Advantage of Section 179 for Business Equipment Financing

If you buy or finance equipment for your business, you’ll want to be familiar with this part of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code because it could save your business money on important business equipment acquisitions.

Previously, when you’d buy business equipment, the tax code would require you to write it off incrementally through depreciation, sometimes taking several years to recoup the entire cost of the purchase. However, you can imagine that you might make different business decisions if you could see a benefit faster, in the same year you purchased the equipment. That’s the goal of recent changes – to provide more incentive for small businesses to purchase needed equipment immediately.

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