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Kaldi.com Understands Leasing Equipment to Small to Mid-Sized Businesses.

We know that a small business often requires financing that is flexible and provides a tailored solution that makes sense for them. As such we offer two lease options for our customers:

Fair Market Value Lease (FMV)- A Fair Market Value Lease may also be referred to as a True Lease. This type of lease provides several flexible options at the conclusion of the lease agreement. Typically the our customers will have the option to return the equipment to the lessor, renew the terms, or can purchase the equipment for the fair market value. Many customers that purchase equipment which tend to rapidly decrease in value select this type of equipment lease.

Dollar Buyout- A Dollar Buyout Lease may also be referred to as a Capital Lease. This type of lease guarantees the option to purchase the equipment for the amount of one dollar ($1) at the conclusion of the lease agreement. Customers that plan to keep the equipment at the end of the lease term typically select the Dollar Buyout option.

Both lease types offers fixed terms ranging from 24, 36, 48, and 60 months. This means that unlike traditional financing there is no need to worry about paying more each month to reduce your interest. Leasing doesn't accrue incremental interest, your monthly payments are always rock solid and never change. Now there is something you can plan a budget around!

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Advantages to Leasing, Conservation of Cash

Cash Flow is critical to the success of any business. Oftentimes, people are lulled into thinking that paying cash is a good way to acquire equipment because doing so avoids finance charges, interest expenses, and results in lower total cash outlay. In reality paying cash can be the most expensive way to solve the problem.

Liquidity is Critical: You must have cash reserves! This can become an outright survival issue when slow paying customers, slow sales, or unexpected expenses put pressure on cash reserves.

Conservation of Bank Lines

An available line of credit is an extremely valuable tool to address unforeseen emergencies, reducing those open lines by using them to finance equipment can be dangerous. Furthermore, bank terms, appetites, and flexibility on equipment transactions range from less than optimum to downright difficult.

Avoiding Bank Restrictions: Leases do not include blanket liens, restrictive covenants, rate escalator clauses, call anytime provisions, compensating balance requirements, or any other items that are part of traditional lending agreements.

100% Financing: Leases can be utilized to cover everything that you require to make your equipment work for you. This includes software, installation costs, related leasehold improvements, training and even some supply items. This further minimizes your initial costs and allows you to earn profits from your equipment faster.

100% Tax Deductible

Article 179: Section 179 of the IRS Tax Code allows a business to deduct the full purchase price for qualifying equipment purchased or financed during the tax year. As such, by leasing equipment and deducting the full purchase price you essentially get usage of your equipment for over a year.

Direct Tax Expensing: Companies that do not qualify or choose to employ the Article 179 Alternative, lease payments are written off as they are made. This eliminates the need for depreciation schedules and allows faster write off. This results in increased cash flow for your customers.

No Obsolescence

Many companies fear that the equipment they buy will wear out or their needs will change before they are able to depreciate it fully. A lease can be written for a term that corresponds to how the company feels the equipment can be used efficiently. At the end of the term the equipment may be returned and a new lease can be written for new equipment that best suits the customer's needs

Many companies fear that the equipment they buy will wear out or their needs will change before they are able to depreciate it fully. A lease can be written for a term that corresponds to how the company feels the equipment can be used efficiently. At the end of the term the equipment may be returned and a new lease can be written for new equipment that best suits the customer's needs