Providers of business financing for manufacturing equipment; facilities; construction and office equipment; corporate aircraft; franchises; trucks and trailers; and a wide variety of other equipmentwww.business.com/finance/commercial-equipment-financing/
Business directory to 401k rollover information and advice.www.business.com/finance/401k-rollover/
Retirement industry advisers and consultants.www.business.com/finance/retirement-consultants/
Companies that provide retirement plan benefits, including 401k plans and pensions. Get information on corporate retirement plans, or how to offer retirement benefits for employees.www.business.com/finance/retirement-plans/
401(k) plans allow employees to save for their retirement by contributing a portion of their wages to an individual account. Employers can also contribute to 401(k) plans in the form of employee benefits; be sure your 401(k) vendor can manage your employees’ investments wisely.www.business.com/finance/401k/
Learning about 401(k) plans key terms is a good place to start if you're considering starting up a retirement fund for your employees. From automatic enrollment to matching, after-tax and pre-tax contributions, 401(k) plans have several terms you may want to know before beginning one of these programs. Read More »
The 401k plan grew from a little known tax code loophole--which is where the 401k name came from--to the most common way workers invest for their retirement. This industry possesses trillions of dollars in allocated 401k retirement plan contributions. Read More »
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Is it better to purchase your industrial equipment or go with industrial equipment leasing? That's a question only you can answer because it depends on the unique position of the individual business. The length of time the equipment will be needed will be a factor on whether to purchase, rent or lease.
Many industrial equipment leasing companies offer customized leasing contracts that will allow you to own the equipment after the lease. This is a great benefit if you have to spread your payments out.
Often it's the time factor that helps the business owner make the decision on whether to buy or lease. While industrial equipment often takes a long time to be delivered, approval and delivery of leased equipment can often get your business moving more quickly. The approval process on leased equipment is usually quick, too, and will save the time waiting to hear if you credit application for the equipment purchase will be approved or denied.
Like all contracts, it's important to understand all of the details of the lease before you sign it. Pay special attention for any timetables that haven't been discussed. Make sure that there are no hidden fees that could end up making your lease more expensive than originally budgeted for.