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Computer Leasing

Leasing: FREE Business Finance Quotes »

Whether you need hardware or software, computer leasing is a great option and saves you having to pay huge sums upfront for essential equipment. Computer leasing helps you spread the cost of repayments over a fixed period of time – though the goods will still remain the property of the leasing company. Advantages of computer leasing include:

  • Improved cash flow: by not paying out a hefty one-off payment, you can spread the costs over the equipment’s working life
  • Tax benefits – you can claim 100% tax allowance on the payments – this is because you are renting and not buying the goods
  • Easily upgradeable – most computer leasing companies will allow you to upgrade at any point during the lease term, renegotiating any rising costs into your contact
  • Fixed repayments – this means that for the whole duration of your contract, you will not have to pay a penny over the agreed amount, irrespective of interest rates

If you are looking for the right computer leasing package, commercial equipment leasing specialists, Capex, can help. Simply fill out the Business Finance Quotes form and an advisor will be in touch shortly.

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