Computer Equipment Financing
Financing or Leasing computer equipment and software makes excellent business sense. Computer equipment financing or leasing can help provide vital upgrades to outdated computer equipment while conserving your cash reserves and allowing your business to remain at the forefront of the marketplace. With computer equipment leasing, leasing rack-mount servers, software, flat screens, laptops, routers, printers and other computer equipment offers a number of critical advantages including: tax deductions, balance sheet management, immediate write-offs, better asset management, improved cash flow, conservation of cash reserves, end of term options, easy upgrades and more. Use your cash flow for payroll and other day to day business expenses and use Atlas Financial to finance your company’s computer equipment.
Advantages of Financing
- 100% Financing: Financing business equipment often covers 100% of the equipment cost with room to bundle soft costs including training, software and installation. 100% financing conserves working capital.
- Tax Savings: Tax advantages often make financing less expensive than an outright purchase.
- Cash Flow: Customize a solution to fit your particular situation and pay for the equipment as you use it.
- Use Inflation to Your Advantage: If you pay cash for equipment, you pay with today’s dollars at today’s value. When financing, you pay with next year’s inflated dollars, and the next, and the next.
- Preserve Bank Credit Lines: Leasing doesn’t affect your bank borrowing limits. You still have 100% of your credit available.
- Accounting Benefits: Monthly payments may be deductible as operating expenses rather than accounting for the equipment as an asset.
Disadvantages of Cash
You select the equipment - we provide the financing. We offer sound guidance, flexible structuring and competitive financing.
- Diminished Reserves: Cash payment has an immediate impact on cash flow by diminishing cash reserves.
- Impact on Credit: Depletion of liquid assets may affect your credit worthiness.
- Impact of Soft Costs: Paying cash for soft costs such as installation, delivery and maintenance erodes available cash.
- Return on Time: Cash should be used for income producing investments since you pay with today's dollars at today's value.