Leasing is a Strategy Every Agri-Business Operation Should Consider
The equipment either saves you money; makes you money or makes you more efficient because time IS money. Protecting your cash and bank lines is very important - but this shouldn't limit your ability to get the new or used equipment that you need. In today's economy it's more important than ever, to have access to alternative solutions. Why put all your eggs in one basket?
Leasing allows you to keep cash for when you need it, leverage up the buying power of your operating or capital budgets, and overcome budget limitations.
100% Financing – No Money Down
Enjoy quick access to funds to get the equipment at competitive rates. Unlike most traditional financing, you don’t need to make any down payments on the equipment.
No Pre-Payment of Taxes
You don’t prepay taxes in full up front.
Preserve Lines of Credit
Valuable cash and lines of credit are preserved to grow your business.
Potential Income Tax Benefits
Leasing can provide income tax benefits, and the assets do not show up on the balance sheet so your debt to equity ratio is not affected.
Pay as You Profit
Obtain the equipment in today’s current dollars with a payment schedule that matches your revenues. Use the equipment to generate revenue and become more efficient or increase profits.
Budgeting is simple. You tell us how you need the payments customized to YOUR operation and we make it happen.
Simple, Convenient Process
The credit approval process is quick and easy. Talk to your representative about being pre-approved today.
As a 100% Canadian owned and operated company, National Leasing has been serving the Canadian agricultural industry for over 30 years. We invite you to put us to the test and discover the National Leasing difference.
Please contact me to discuss your equipment needs and I'll provide solutions specific to your business. Call today and I'll also tell you how you can save up to $200 off your first lease payment!
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What does OMAFRA say about leasing? Leasing of Farm Equipment