Flexible Programs Tailored for Your Organization
The Launch Pad offers flexible lease programs for businesses, educational institutions, healthcare providers and government agencies. With leasing, you'll save time and money! Get the IT equipment and services you need now for an affordable monthly payment. You'll conserve capital, free up credit, reduce cash outlay, and get potential tax advantages. You can even lease service costs and software. Choose the plan that's best for you, then enjoy low payments, customized invoicing, and unsurpassed customer service. If your planning your next equipment purchase, contact us today and we’ll be happy to provide you information on available plans, rates and monthly payments.
What Leasing Can Offer Your Organization
- Avoid obsolescence: Leasing provides the option to add-on equipment or upgrade to a new piece of equipment to insure you are always operating with the most up-to-date equipment and technology.
- Tax treatment and benefits: You may be able to deduct the lease payments from their corporate income because the IRS generally does not consider an operating lease to be a purchase. Operating leases are generally treated as 100% tax-deductible business expenses paid from pre-tax earnings rather than after-tax profits.
- 100% financing: With leasing, there is very little money down perhaps only the first and last month's payments are due at the time of the lease. Since a lease generally does not require a down payment, it is equivalent to 100% financing. That means you will have more money to invest in other revenue-generating activities.
- Customized solutions: A variety of leasing products are available, allowing you to tailor a program to fit your cash flow needs. Customized programs address your needs and requirements. Our leasing programs also allow you to add both software and installation service to the lease, an option not often found with conventional leasing.
- Provides multiple end-of-term options:There are several options for disposing of equipment after the lease term ends, including returning the equipment, renewing the lease or purchasing the equipment.
- Write-off the dollars spent immediately: Leasing payments may be able to be treated as expenses on a company's balance sheet; therefore, if applicable, equipment does not have to be depreciated over five to seven years.