Whether you're opening a restaurant or starting a digital marketing agency, getting your business on its feet can be an overhwhelming experience. After the business planning and structure has been laid out, there are certain steps to take your business from paper to reality.
Getting your business up and running means you will need all of the necessary equipment, which can be painfully expensive. Thankfully, leasing equipment is a smart option to fire up your day-to-day operations. There may be certain advantages to purchasing and owning equipment; but in today's fast-paced world, leasing allows your business to have the latest and greatest in equipment at a more affordable price point.
According to the Small Business Administration, 85% of companies lease equipment, and 89% of those who leased, would lease again. This is a staggering number and it's clear to see why leasing is such a popular option for businesses, especially small businesses. It simply allows your business to fire up the engine without taking the full burden of equipment costs. It may not be as costly as you think to start your dream business.
To own or to lease is a big question to ask yourself as a business owner, but fear not, we've created the Business.com Guide to Equipment Leasing to help you through the process.
Download the guide now and gain access to:
- A comprehensive overview of Equipment Leasing
- A breakdown of the various types of leases
- Critical tips to help you evaluate equipment leases
- And more!