NCS can offer you a tax efficient lease deal to spread the cost of your IT investment. Spread the cost over 3 or 5 years. We'll also advise you of the best buys and what equipment will best suit your needs.
Cash is your most valuable asset so why tie it up in large purchases?
Given that cash is your most valuable asset, why invest it all in a single purchase when an NCS finance agreement can free your cash for better use? Freedom for your capital means a flexible business with the ability to react to a changing market. Leasing not only allows immediate access to the latest products, it also means that your monthly payment is fixed throughout the term - whatever happens to interest rates or inflation.
Unlike many high street bank facilities or overdrafts that are subject to the change in market conditions, a lease facility with its protected payment and fixed interest rates allows for effective future budgeting. And that’s not all, because finance lease rentals are 100% allowable against pre-tax profits, the total cost of your purchase, capital and interest can be offset during the lease period, with your payments deducted as a trading expense. Just take a look at this example. Contrary to popular belief leasing is not expensive, in fact the real cost of your lease is dramatically lower than the payments you make!
Everybody’s doing it, not just businesses who can’t afford to pay cash. Companies both large and small now realise that leasing is the only way to keep up with changing technology. NCS not only finance equipment purchase, we can organise leasing for all sorts of business related items - even 100% software!
How much will your investment in equipment be worth in 3 years ?
Why ‘make do’ with equipment you know ‘won’t do’? The right finance agreement can give you the tools you need - and not what your bank account dictates.
So leave your overdraft in tact and take the pressure off, after all, today’s cutting edge technology will soon be ‘old hat’. It’s the flexible that prosper, not the companies who hang on to outdated equipment. As any financial advisor will tell you, investing in a fast depreciating asset is not a wise move.
Let’s face it, if you waited until you had the cash you’d never buy a house.
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