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Explore An Effective Revolutionary Approach To Traditional Business Financing
For business owners who need working capital now there is a revolutionary, tax-deductible cash flow solution that frees up capital and gives them the money they need to grow. This diversified cash flow solutions is known as "asset leasing."
With an asset lease, business owners can obtain quick cash for any company need by simply selling their equipment and leasing it back. Businesses not only receive immediate working capital or cash, most also realize significant tax savings from converting the assets into liabilities and by deducting the entire monthly lease payment as an operating expense.
This cash flow financing solution is available to all businesses and industries who own virtually any type of equipment including industrial, medical, automotive, food service, construction, office automation, audio/video, printing, packaging and much, much more.
Business owners love the ease and flexibility of this financing vehicle when compared to a traditional bank loan. Bank loans that involve used equipment as collateral are usually time consuming, often requiring substantial application fees, down payments etc. and collateral coverage well above the value of the financing. Most bank loans will also require the business to stipulate in detail exactly how the funds will be used.
With asset leasing, the equipment is the only collateral and the money can be used for any purpose that the business owner has, for example: paying off debt or making tax payments. There are no up-front application fees, and the entire process can be completed quickly and easily by e-mail, fax and phone.
To qualify: the company in most circumstances must simply have at least a two-year time in business, an acceptable credit history and own and the equipment "free and clear."
To find out more about how you can get the working capital you need now through asset leasing, call Diversified Cash Flow Specialist Opal R. Gilbert today at 212-685-1729 or toll-free at 1-888-241-3267. You may also reach her via fax at 212-686-1742 or by e-mail: email@example.com.
Opal R. Gilbert, a former Bank Regulator is now President of her own Diverisfied Cash Flow Specialist company, O.R. Gilbert Enterprises.
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