and GFS Forex & Furtures signed new leases and IAT Reinsurance renewed; leasing
a total of 20,000 s/f in 2006.
--Contributed by Michael Fleming, President of the Equipment Leasing
Association (www.ELAOnline.com), and William Bosco, Principal of Leasing
Up-Front Capital: Leasing
doesn't require much capital up front--mostly the first month's payment.
The province of Sindh in general and its capital Karachi in particular has offered ample business opportunities to leasing
The web site also provides an overview of a closed-end lease, the most common type of vehicle lease used by the automotive industry, sample disclosure forms required in leasing
transactions, and a glossary of terms used in leasing
Just remember that all leases should have the primary purpose of setting forth the terms of agreement between you and the company/person from which you are leasing
For your protection, three leasing
rules are vital:
Much more common is the leasing
of hunting rights to an individual or group of hunters.
can be a complicated, arduous process, but with the enforcement of the Consumer Leasing
Act of 1991, lessors (the leasing
company) are required to spell out everything upfront: costs, terms, fees and conditions.
The Congress enacted the Consumer Leasing
Act in 1976 as an amendment to the Truth in Lending Act, based on findings that a trend toward long-term leasing
existed as an alternative to purchasing certain consumer items on credit and that consumers were not receiving adequate leasing
It's also possible to evaluate the proposed transaction by doing a comparative present-value analysis of buying a car versus leasing
. The net present value of a purchased car can be compared to the net present value of future lease payments.
But what makes leasing
even more attractive - and affordable - is that you can deduct the business use portion of the lease payments.