Exploring All The Advantages Of A Van Lease
Lenny Marie Conley
February 8, 2013
Everything can be leased, from designer handbags to industrial equipment; in most cases, it really is just the more practical arrangement. Saving money is every regular person's goal, so it's not surprising that businesses are also exploring cost-effective strategies for their operations as well.
Typically, making a business "mobile" is a giant leap not only because it can increase the profitability and productivity of a business but also because it cannot be done without a huge financial investment. A vehicle to be used for deliveries and other mobile activities for any size of enterprise is never cheap; there's the actual price of the vehicle, tax, and other things to consider. In fear of creating too big a dent on their financial resources, some business groups put off mobilisation plans until they have enough money to purchase their own vehicle. However, in the competitive world of business, a delay can instantly translate to a loss of opportunities, so if you're a business owner, this is something that you should avoid if you want to establish or secure your business better.
If you do not have enough in your budget for a business vehicle to help implement your mobilisation plans, the great news is, you don't really need to purchase a vehicle to use. With a more affordable arrangement, you can provide your business an actual company van; it doesn't have to be some clunker that you buy second or third-hand, either-you can actually get a brand-new van to use for the next four years! All you need to do is to sign up for a van lease and your business is good to go.
For a van lease, you will instantly be presented with numerous benefits other than elevating your company's level of performance. Firstly, you don't need to spend that much money; you can just work with the budget you currently have because deposits and monthly payments are more affordable with leases - the typical overall cost of leasing a van is 40% lower than the price of the brand-new model of the van of your choice. Secondly, you'll have 100% tax relief because a finance lease is classified as a hire agreement for income tax purposes - meaning more savings for your business.
Thirdly, you don't have to deal with the depreciation of the vehicle, which owners always deal with especially if they have plans to sell the vehicle later on. Fourthly, there's nothing to sell - once the lease contract expires, you just simply hand the keys back. And the last advantage is, you get a perfectly functioning van for your budget - van leasing companies have a bounty of van models for you to choose from. Whether you settle for a brand new one or not, you can be sure to get a vehicle that will serve your business effectively.
|Connect with The Crittenden Automotive Library|