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  Penske Truck Leasing.com
Penske Precision Lease lets you focus your time, energy and capital on your core business, while we provide the resources to help reduce your transportation costs and improve your customer service with improved on-time delivery.
Precision Lease is the ultimate network of fleet services that can be customized specifically to the way your business works.
It’s geared to help you lower your operating costs and exposure to risks, as well as increase your uptime.
www.pensketruckleasing.com   (85 words)

  Auto Leasing Guide - The Art of the Deal
Independent lease companies who are not associated with car manufacturers can often get you a better deal on on your lease, especially if you have good credit, want flexible terms, and are looking at higher-end vehicles.
If you have a loan or lease for a term that is longer than the car manufacturer's general bumper-to-bumper warranty (not the drive-train warranty), you will be responsible for all repairs after the warranty expires.
The Car Lease Kit contains a fully-explained lease contract form and contract checklist, and a special Lease Inspector calculator that will completely analyze all figures in your lease deal and tell you where you did well, or not so well — and whether there were mistakes in the dealer's calculations.
www.leaseguide.com /index2.htm   (3313 words)

Leasing which was once the tool of business people who could write off their monthly lease payments as a business expense has attracted the interest of private car buyers.
To figure your monthly lease payment, the leasing company first determines what the car is expected to be worth at the end of the lease period, or the car's "residual value." The lease company subtracts the residual value from the purchase price of the car, and builds the monthly lease payments on the remainder.
If the leasing company estimates that the car will be worth $5,000 at the end of the lease, it must arrange a lease payment schedule to recover the $8,000 difference, along with interest and tax.
www.procarcare.com /icarumba/resourcecenter/encyclopedia/icar_resourcecenter_encyclopedia_buy-own3.asp   (1807 words)

 FRB: Vehicle Leasing: Quick Consumer Guide
The sample leasing form shows the types of information the dealer or leasing company must give you before you sign a lease.
LEASING: Monthly lease payments are usually lower than monthly loan payments because you are paying only for the vehicle's depreciation during the lease term, plus rent charges (like interest), taxes, and fees.
LEASING: At the end of the lease (typically 2-4 years), you may have a new payment either to finance the purchase of the existing vehicle or to lease another vehicle.
www.federalreserve.gov /pubs/leasing   (931 words)

A lease is simply an agreement by a customer (lessee) to pay a monthly rental payment for a specific amount of time with a predetermined buy out - like one dollar for the right to use rental property by a leasing company (lessor).
A lease requires only a lease payment at the beginning of the first payment period which is usually much lower than the down payment.
When leases are structured as true leases, the end user may claim the entire lease payment as a tax deduction.
fchp.net /leasing.htm   (843 words)

 Leasing   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Leasing with Fulton Bank allows you to enjoy the benefits of a new car, truck or other type of equipment, without committing a large amount of cash as a downpayment.
With a Fulton lease, you will have the option to purchase the vehicle at the end of the term for a predetermined amount as stated in the lease contract.
Under this type of lease, you may purchase the vehicle at the end of the lease for a predetermined residual value stated in the lease contract, or return it to the bank who in turn sells the vehicle.
www.fultonbank.com /PersonalBanking/Leasing.html   (392 words)

 Vistek - Leasing Information - Benefits Frequently Asked Questions FAQ, Leasing Process,Down lease payments, services, ...
The monthly payment is based on the term of the lease, cost of the equipment and the type of leasing plan you choose.
For a business lease, it must be signed by an authorized officer of the corporation, by one of the partners in a partnership, or by the owner of a sole proprietorship.
Although most lease payments are fully tax deductible, you should seek the advice of your accountant to determine the best treatment for tax purposes.
www.vistek.ca /about/leasing.aspx   (613 words)

 Auto loans: Leasing a car
This chapter will explain what the terms mean, what the up- and downsides of leasing are, the pitfalls you need to be aware of, questions you must ask before you sign a lease and laws specifically about leasing.
If you think leasing is an option for you, this chapter will assure that you've got all the information you need.
The key aspects of a good lease and what to expect when your lease is up are explained.
www.bankrate.com /brm/green/auto/2a.asp   (245 words)

 The New Vision - Leasing in Uganda Jan 2006
Leasing is a mature industry in developed economies, the US being a leader both in volumes and market penetration.
Leasing has been an important source of medium and long-term financing for companies in developed economies and those with economies in transition.
He says to the individual, leasing is the ideal option since it funds new businesses with limited capital and credit small businesses to quickly boost their operations.
www.enteruganda.com /brochures/dfcup2.htm   (712 words)

 Employee Leasing Rule
The records relating to all employee leasing agreements shall be maintained by the licensee for a period of four years after termination of the employee leasing agreement and shall be available to the commissioner for inspection and copying during normal business hours.
A licensed employee leasing company shall within 10 days of initiation or termination of an employee leasing agreement notify in writing the commissioner, the commissioner of the department of employment and training and its workers' compensation insurance carrier of the initiation or termination.
An employee leasing company and the client company shall be jointly and severally liable for protection or damages provided under laws designed to protect the health, safety and welfare of an employee.
www.state.vt.us /labind/emplease/rule1.htm   (2547 words)

 Employee Leasing
An employee leasing company is a business, which by agreement and for a fee, places employees of a client company on the leasing company's payroll.
The financial responsibility and bonding provisions of the employee leasing law are intended to reduce or eliminate the exposure of the client companies should their leasing company suddenly go out of business.
Typically, an employee leasing company will provide payroll services and assist companies in managing their human resources by providing employee manuals and other services, which are sometimes difficult for smaller companies to provide on their own.
www.labor.vermont.gov /InfoCenter/EmployeeLeasing/tabid/152/Default.aspx   (410 words)

 Renseignements internationaux - LEASING   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Leasing companies have become selective in extending loans to corporate clients seeking to purchase equipment from suppliers as a result of the financial crisis of 1997, which forced many corporations into bankruptcy.
Leasing companies need to continuously monitor demand to estimate where additional branch offices may be required, and whether such expansion is worth the investment.
Leasing companies in Thailand fall under the Thai Civil and Commercial Codes and are treated as limited companies, as distinct from commercial banks and finance and securities firms that are governed by the Bank of Thailand and the Ministry of Finance.
strategis.ic.gc.ca /epic/internet/inimr-ri.nsf/fr/gr100931f.html   (4844 words)

 Leasing - LeaseTrader.com
At the end of the lease, assuming the vehicle is returned in the condition outlined in your lease agreement, your obligation ends.
Auto lease buyers looking to take over a short term leases like yours, must undergo a credit check before they are able to contact lease sellers looking to get out of a lease.
Also if your vehicle leasing company is a willing participant to allow you to trade out of a lease, it's important to investigate what you truly stand to benefit.
www.leasetrader.com /info/short-term/car/lease/transfer/leasing.aspx   (1442 words)

 Cars.com: Leasing Advice | Should You Buy or Lease?
Leases are attractive to many car buyers because they can get more car for a lower monthly payment.
Additionally, lease obligations don't show up as debt on a credit report, which may be important to companies that buy multiple cars for business use.
Today, 28 percent of leases are subvented, compared with a low of 14 percent in 2003 and a high of 46 percent in 1999, according to Art Spinella of CNW Marketing Research.
www.cars.com /go/advice/Story.jsp?section=lease&subject=buy_lease&story=leaseBen&referer=advice&aff=boston   (799 words)

The following steps will tell you how to locate and negotiate a fair lease rate on the car you want.
You've come to the end of your lease and you want to keep your car.
Take the Edmunds.com car leasing quiz and see if you're ready to get a great deal on your next leased car.
www.edmunds.com /advice/leasing/articles   (135 words)

 Leasing News - Topix
Leasing news continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
You are in: Home Aircraft News Article Leasing giant International Lease Finance has selected Rolls-Royce to power 40 of the 74 Boeing 787s it has on order in a deal announced on the eve of the aircraft's...
I edit the Leasing News pages on Topix when no humans are available to help.
www.topix.net /business/leasing   (749 words)

 TIG Financial Group Offers Wide Range Of Leasing Options
Leasing helps stretch budget dollars with monthly payments that are
Many companies realize significant tax benefits from leasing their technology.
lease payments can be tax deductible and can be treated as a business expense.
www.tig.com /leasing.asp   (217 words)

 Leasing at Holland & Knight LLP
We represent both landlords and tenants, and have been involved in leasing several million square feet of space annually throughout the U.S., ranging from small retail and office tenants to large space consolidations to complex tenant equity participations.
Leasing to the Government Services Administration and other federal, state and local governmental agencies involves unique structural, business and legal issues and requires special knowledge of procurement and other legal requirements.
A Finance Lease Is Not Invalidated by Misrepresentations of the Vendor Purporting to Act as an Agent of the Lessor
www.hklaw.com /Practice/Practice.asp?PAID=30   (707 words)

 Leasing - HSBC Bank Canada
Your lease can be tailored to meet your requirements – HSBC Leasing is an attractive alternative to capital asset purchasing.
Each lease is individually negotiated and custom tailored to suit the special needs of your company and your industry.
Lease financing is available for a wide range of equipment.
www.hsbc.ca /code/tools/site/Renderer.jhtml?cp=/public/canada/business/financing/leasing/en/leasing.html&bu=canada&toolName=business_en&ln=en&isPc=false&bt=&pId=3bdcdc50-f358-11d6-8508-080020c629df   (148 words)

 Federal Government Lease Financing
Leasing presents the opportunity to spread the acquisition over multiple budgetary periods, which is more likely to correspond with the useful life of the equipment.
For example, without leasing, budgetary limitations may force an Agency to settle for equipment that is less than adequate for its long-term needs.
At the end of the lease term the agency either renews the lease for an additional term or returns the property to the leasing company.
www.mosaicleasing.com /federalgovernmentleasing.htm   (509 words)

 Commercial Real Estate Development - Commercial Investment Properties - Commercial Real Estate Leasing   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Northwestern Memorial Hospital has signed a 150,000-square-foot lease at 541 North Fairbanks (pictured) in the Streeterville neighborhood of Chicago, just north of downtown in the North Michigan Ave.
The lease with the hospital absorbs nearly all of the building's available space.
Software giant Microsoft is leasing all of the available office space--a little more than 1.3 million square feet--at two Bellevue, Wash., developments.
www.cpnonline.com /cpn/specialties/leasing.jsp   (514 words)

 business - Equipment Leasing
At the end of the lease, the business may purchase the equipment for its fair market value (or a fixed or predetermined amount), continue leasing, lease new equipment or return it.
Leases for more than $100,000 require detailed financial information from the business, and the leasing company conducts a more thorough credit analysis than it would for a smaller transaction.
As a final point, when looking for a leasing company you should understand whether you are talking to a broker-the person who simply structures deals, then gets them financed through any of the leasing companies he or she works with-or a leasing company that is actually putting its own funds on the line.
www.entrepreneur.com /money/howtoguide/article52720.html   (634 words)

 SOS - Leasing   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Leasing a vehicle has become a popular alternative to purchasing for people who may not have a large down payment or do not wish to own a vehicle.
Consumers should be aware that leasing may involve large costs for excess mileage, early termination, or excess wear and tear.
When you lease a vehicle, make sure all the terms of the lease are in writing, that you understand the terms of the lease and that you agree with the terms.
www.michigan.gov /sos/0,1607,7-127-1585_1611_1616---,00.html   (115 words)

 AmSouth Bank | AmSouth Leasing
AmSouth Leasing is the 4th largest bank leasing company in the Southeast, and the 15th largest bank leasing company in the nation.
At the end of the lease term options may include buying the equipment for its fair market value, renewing the lease on the equipment at fair market rental rates, or returning the equipment according to the terms of the lease.
Leased equipment must be essential to the continued operation of municipal services.
www.amsouth.com /business2/leasing   (434 words)

 DMC Photocopier Leasing made easy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Leasing is a contract between a finance company and a customer, giving the customer use of the equipment on payments of rentals over a period.
The only way the amounts would increase during the leasing term is if the government chooses to increase the rate of VAT.
A Photocopier Leasing facility allows businesses to keep up with changes in technology as your original installation can be altered either during or at the end of your lease period.
www.dmcplc.co.uk /products/index.html   (382 words)

When individual leasing developed, consumers were faced with a new market question: to lease or not to lease.
The stated purpose of the new Regulation M is to allow consumers to compare one lease with another for the same vehicle and to compare leasing a vehicle with buying it on credit.
T his figure, also known as the lease factor, lease rate, or monthly lease fee, is the interest rate built into all leases.
www.in.gov /dfi/education/autol.htm   (2751 words)

 Leasing | Articles | Newspaper article | Business article | Health article | Free article | News article | Find article
Leasing refers to an owner, or lessor, selling use of his property (equipment, automobile, home, or business) to a lessee.
For many individuals, leasing is a good alternative to buying because leasing requires less equity and, therefore, more people have the qualifications to lease than to buy.
Leasing equipment may be a better alternative to buying, depending on your situation and needs.
freearticle.name /Default.aspx/Cat/Leasing/145   (710 words)

 New 3Q report: Leasing, sales of local space remain strong - Orlando Business Journal:
David Murphy, a CB Richard Ellis industrial specialist, represents an owner who wants to sell a 25,000-square-foot industrial building and lease space instead.
The owner's change-of-heart position illustrates, to some degree, the strong industrial leasing demand and sales opportunities that occurred in metro Orlando, thanks to past residential growth.
A total of 1.3 million square feet got leased and 3.76 million year to date.
orlando.bizjournals.com /orlando/stories/2006/10/09/story5.html   (648 words)

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