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Lease or Loan? What You Need to Know to Decide

When farmers consider acquiring equipment, they often think of their payment option as a “lease versus buy” decision. In any economic environment, when preserving owner or shareholder capital is an important goal, financing equipment through a lease or loan will enable your business to preserve its cash.

Choosing Your Financing Option

Whether you finance equipment through a lease or loan, each has its advantages. In evaluating your options, it is important to look at each alternative to determine which will best balance usage, cash flow and your financial objectives. To help determine the most appropriate option, consider the following questions.

10 Considerations in a Lease or Loan Decision:

1. How long will the equipment be required?

Generally speaking, if the length of time the equipment is expected to be used is short term (which usually means 36 months or less), leasing is likely the preferable option. Equipment expected to be used for longer than three years could be a candidate for either a lease or a loan.

2. What is the monthly budget for the equipment?

As with any ongoing business expense, consider the monthly cost for a piece of equipment and how it fits into your budget. In general, leasing will provide lower monthly payments.

3. Will the equipment become obsolete while it is still needed for the operation?

Protection against obsolescence is one of the many benefits of equipment leasing, since the risk of obsolescence is assumed by the lessor. Certain lease financing programs allow for technology upgrades and/or replacements within the term of the lease contract.

4. Is the equipment going to be used for a specific contract or can it be used for other projects?

Often, the business objective of equipment is for it to be revenue-producing. If a piece of equipment has limited use within a specific contract and won’t be used for other projects, it’s not ideal for it to be idle while you continue to make payments on it. It makes sense to stop the equipment expense when the income from it ceases, which you can do with a lease.

5. How much cash would be required up front for a lease and for a loan?

Leasing can often provide 100 percent financing of the cost of the equipment as well as the costs for transportation, delivery, installation set-up, testing and training, and other deferred costs (e.g., sales tax). Loans usually require a down payment and don’t include the other cost benefits. Ask how much of a down payment is needed and assess the availability and desirability of allocating company capital for that down payment.

6. Can the company use the depreciation or would the company get a greater benefit from expensing the lease payments?

The tax treatment of the financing arrangement is an important consideration in choosing between a lease and a loan. A loan provides you with the depreciation tax benefit; with a lease, the lessor owns the equipment and realizes the tax benefit, which is usually reflected in a lower monthly rent payment for your business as well as the ability to expense the payment. In many instances, if your business cannot use the tax benefit, it makes more sense to lease than to purchase through a loan because you can trade the depreciation to the lessor in exchange for better cash flow.

7. How will a working capital facility be impacted?

Many businesses have an aggregate line of credit through a bank that they can use for inventory purchases, improvements and other capital expenditures. Depending on the lending covenants, it is often possible, as well as preferable, to preserve your bank working capital by leasing equipment through an equipment finance provider.

8. How flexible does your business want the financing terms to be?

A lease can provide greater flexibility, since it can be structured for a variety of contingencies, whereas with a loan, flexibility is subject to the lender’s rules. If your business has continuing use for the equipment at lease termination, extended rentals, purchase options, trade-ups and return options are available. The lease term allows your business to match all expenses to the term of the equipment’s use, including income tax expense, book expense and cash expense. Most importantly, as mentioned previously, the expense stops when the equipment is no longer required.

9. Do you anticipate the need for additional equipment under your financing agreement? If your business is planning for growth, you can enter into a master lease that will allow you to acquire multiple pieces of equipment under multiple schedules with the same basic terms and conditions. This provides greater convenience and flexibility than a conditional loan contract, which must be renegotiated for additional equipment acquisitions.

10. Who can help me evaluate what’s best for my business? Whether you finance equipment through a lease or loan, each has its advantages. When making the decision between a lease and a loan, it is highly recommended that you consult with your accounting professional, as well as draw on the resources of your equipment financing provider to enable you to secure the best possible terms for your lease and/or loan.

These are some of the key considerations that should go into the lease versus loan decision-making process. For a lease/loan comparison and online tools, visit www.equipmentfinanceadvantage.org/ef101/llc.cfm .

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5 Tips to Keep Cash Flow Strong

Michael Lewis, a former business executive and financial blogger, does not sugar coat things when he says, “owners who cannot efficiently manage their cash flow are almost certain to fail.”

Every day new entrants throw their hat into the ring of entrepreneurship. And every day several die off. Many of these entrepreneurs, after spending considerable time fine-tuning their business plan, find themselves scratching their head, wondering why their company, with its innovative product or service, suffered such a fate.

In a great many cases, the answer is easy: cash flow.

“Cash flow is the lifeblood of a business and critical in its growth,” according to entrepreneur and marketing communications consultant Caron Beesley. “With money tight and bank loans hard to get, a cash-strapped company can easily be pushed to the brink.”

Related: How to Anticipate Cash-Flow Problems

The lesson that entrepreneurs must master immediately is that a business cannot operate very long when cash outflow exceeds cash inflow. Every business, particularly a startup, must zealously monitor its cash flow to prevent a serious business disruption. In business, cash is king and cash flow is priority # 1.

A significant percentage of cash-flow issues result because owners have not spent adequate time estimating the arrival of various revenue streams and balanced that against their need to pay certain expenses. Entrepreneurs must realize the critical importance of calculating accurate cash-flow projections to address day-to-day activities. Owners who don’t thoughtfully estimate their cash flow for an upcoming period (the day, week, month and quarter) place their business at serious risk.

From Day 1 businesses must track and manage their cash from the time that they must pay vendors, employees and others and the time that they collect from their customers. Doing anything less assures near certain failure. The following tips can help business owners ensure that their cash flow is managed well and not placing the business at risk of failure:

1. Create a budget.

Business owners should sit down to thoughtfully estimate expected cash inflows and outflows. Factors that to consider include the sales cycle, terms and discounts provided customers, industry delinquency rates and other factors that may affect the timing of incoming cash.

Similarly, it is necessary to estimate expenses and other cash outlays. This includes the timing of the purchase of equipment, raw materials and supplies. It also includes the schedule for payment of salaries, taxes and other day-to-day expenses. SCORE, a national nonprofit support group for small business owners, provides a free budget template that business owners can use to manage their cash flow.

2. Monitor the results.

Examining the budget should not be an infrequent activity. On at least a monthly basis (but more frequently if warranted), the actual cash flow should be compared with the budget to work out the kinks in the system. If cash inflows are less than anticipated, figure out the reason for the shortfall. If cash outflows end up being greater than expected, understanding the cause is also important.

Once the reasons for the budget variances are determined, the business can make the necessary corrections, either to the budget or the business plan or both.

3. Have a Plan B.

Regardless of the amount of time and energy a business owner devotes to creating a budget, unexpected events can suddenly crop up, wreaking havoc on even the best cash-management system. During such times, the business might need to rely on a contingent source of cash to keep the operation running until things return to normal.

Typical sources of contingent funding include lines of credit, personal assets and friends and family. Business owners should have a Plan B lined up well before the funds are needed.

For example, a business owner who plans to borrow funds to cover a cash shortfall should have the loan or a line of credit in place well before the cash is needed. Allowing a cash-flow disruption to occur before applying for a loan is asking for trouble as most banks will hesitate to lend money to a business in distress.

Even if a bank were willing to extend a loan, few financial institutions can underwrite and approve a request in less than a month. By then, the business may have already failed due to its inability to cover its cash needs.

Related: 10 Ways to Keep Your Company’s Cash Flow Alive

4. Bill quickly.

A key element of cash-flow management is controlling the timing of funds coming in and going out. It may be customary, depending on the industry, for a business to extend credit to purchasers. For example, customers may be extended a 30-day period to furnish payment. Every time this type of transaction occurs, it places a strain on the business. While the buyer need not provide payment for 30 days, the company must continue to meet its financial obligations.

The easiest tactic for a business to pursue is to bill a client immediately. Businesses that make sales on credit must ensure that the invoice is delivered within 24 hours of the transaction. Furthermore, companies should track their invoices and send reminders before the payment-due date. Businesses that delay invoice delivery will likely receive their payments late due to the processing time required by the buyer. Business owners should consider delivering invoices by email to ensure rapid and certain delivery of billings.

To alleviate the pressure created by credit sales, a business should implement tactics to accelerate payment. A common technique includes providing discounts to buyers who pay their bill within 10 days. Buyers with sufficient cash to make their payment will be willing to forego availing themselves of the payment period in exchange for a discount.

Every business owner dreams of making a big sale. Unfortunately, businesses that make big sales on credit are often put under duress because they may then require the purchase of additional inventory. In such instances, business owners should consider making the buyer provide a down payment against the purchase so as to relieve the burden on the company’s cash flow.

5.Timely payment polices.

A sound cash-flow management strategy calls for rapid collection of invoices and timely payments. This means that the business should not pay its bills ahead of time — or late. The company should pay its bills when they are due. This ensures that its cash is working hard.

To the extent that the organization is flush with cash, managers should ask for a cash discount at the time of a purchase instead of buying on credit. The offer of a cash payment may entice the seller to offer a discount. This can be especially beneficial in cases of big-ticket purchases where a discount can be meaningful.

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Horizon Technology announces prepayment, termination of term loan facility

Horizon Technology Finance announced the termination of its term loan credit facility with Fortress Credit Co, an affiliate of Fortress Investment Group and the company’s prepayment of all outstanding amounts due thereunder. Horizon maintains borrowing capacity pursuant to its existing $50M revolving credit facility with Key Equipment Finance which contains an accordion feature allowing for an increase in the total loan commitment up to an aggregate commitment of $150M. In connection with the prepayment and termination of the Term Loan Facility, Horizon expects to record a one-time interest expense charge of $1.9M for the quarter ended June 30. These nonrecurring expenses consist of a non-cash expense of $1.1M from the acceleration of unamortized debt issuance costs, and a cash expense of $800,000 incurred by the payment of a prepayment fee. The non-recurring expenses are expected to be partially offset by a reduction of approximately $700,000 in incentive fees that would otherwise have been due to the company’s advisor in Q2 if the Term Loan Facility had not been terminated. As a result, the net impact from the prepayment and termination of the Term Loan Facility on Horizon’s net investment income is expected to be approximately $1.2M, or 12c per share, for the quarter ended June 30. There will be no ongoing obligations or expenses associated with the termination and prepayment of the Term Loan Facility. As a result of the termination and prepayment of the Term Loan Facility, commencing with the Q3, Horizon expects to reduce its quarterly interest expense by approximately $300,000, or 3c per share.

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Get a $250,000 Loan in 24 Hours. But Beware, It's Expensive.

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View photo.A new loan product announced today gives lenders access to a quarter million dollars in cash in 24 hours. But make no mistake: It is going to cost you.

Small-business lending company OnDeck Capital today unveiled a new loan product called On Deck Term 24 that gives eligible small-business owners up to $250,000 in 24 hours with up to 24 months to repay the balance. OnDeck is a technology-based lender that uses data, like a business owner’s cash flow, to determine whether to disburse a loan.

The loan offering is not for startups. OnDeck expects the loan to be used by business owners looking to expand into another store location, purchase a very large piece of equipment or make some other significant business investment. “Term 24 supports businesses that need larger loans for expansions and upgrades or have bigger working capital needs,” said Noah Breslow, chief executive officer of OnDeck, in a statement.

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To apply for the loan, a business must be at least 3 years old with annual revenues topping $1 million and stable business checking account balances.

In exchange for speed and convenience, you pay. The annual percentage rates on the loan range from 19.99 to 39.99 percent. OnDeck automatically deducts a payment from the business owner’s checking account every business day over the life of the loan to recoup the debt.

OnDeck is very transparent about the cost of the loan. It breaks down, clearly, not in that infamous “fine print,” exactly how much a loan from them is going to cost. Its sweet spot, though, is serving business owners that have an opportunity that would require cash up front to be able to profit from and they can’t wait for a bank loan. While bank loans have lower interest rates, they also take a lot longer to secure.

“This is the first term loan in the industry that allows businesses to receive a loan up to 24 months in length within 24 hours, which is faster than bank loans and more flexible than credit cards,” said Breslow.

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5 Simple Ways to Increase Your Small Business Cash Flow

Growing a business is a labor of love. Sometimes there’s plenty of cash on hand, and other times … well, there’s just not. And often as you’re growing, there’s trial and error involved as you figure out your cash rhythms. You can’t always control your circumstances, and planning ahead to have extra cash on hand is of course your best bet. ;

So for those of us in the “real” world of running a small business with its ups, downs, and sleepless nights, here are five ideas to help increase your small business cash flow ASAP:

1. Have a Sale or Special Promotion

While you may think of sales as something only for big-box or retail stores, consider how you can feature a special promotion for your business. Offering a discount on significant purchases, or a special bonus to incentivize clients to hire you now, can drive more sales than sitting and waiting.

Of course you don’t want to have sales every week, and you have to be careful how you position your promotion, but when done occasionally and done right, running a special offer can be just the boost you need. Email or call your clients or customers to let them know about the special promotion. And remember to add a deadline to your offer, otherwise they have no reason to take action now.

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2. Raise Your Prices, but Do This First …

It’s probably time to increase your fees, if it’s not long overdue! But don’t do it quietly. Announce to your current and past clients and customers that prices are going up as of a certain date, and explain why. Then give them the chance now to renew their contracts or stock up and save, before they’ll have to pay more.

Example: A blow-dry bar I frequent here in Scottsdale recently announced their prices were going up by $5 per service. But they gave me the chance to prepay for as many future sessions as I wanted at the current price … if I did so ;now. While it wasn’t a huge price increase, I love their services, so I stocked up. (And I now have a year’s worth of blow-drys waiting for me!)

3. Borrow for Tomorrow, or Apply for a Grant Today

The biggest barrier to small business growth is funding. Some business owners are dead set on not taking on ANY debt in their business. Hey, if you can do that, good for you. But I advocate debt as a fantastic tool when used smartly. In my early days as a business owner, I built my little enterprise from my kitchen table using many a credit card. Today, even with a multimillion-dollar company, I still use debt as a tool when it makes sense. Whether it’s credit cards or a small business loan, consider if it’s the right time for you to take that on, to help you through a rough spot.

Also, be aware that small business grants are rare, but they do exist! And it’s not only the government that runs these programs. I’m working with Chase on Mission Main Street(SM) Grants, a program which is awarding grants of $250,000 each to 12 small businesses across the country. A small business owner could use the grant to grow the business including hiring new staff, purchasing larger orders of inventory, and more. To see if your small business is eligible and apply, please visit ;www.missionmainstreetgrants.com. Act quickly as the deadline to apply is ;October 31, 2013.

4. Move from One-Shot Services to Packages

The owner of a personal training business came to me for coaching one fall season, wanting to increase revenue by end of year. But he insisted that the holidays were a terrible time for him to market. (“No one wants to get in shape when they could be eating pie at holiday parties,” he explained.) After further discussion, I learned he was doing a lot of single sessions with his clients. Together we put together a special package offer of 12 sessions which gave his clients a significant discount for booking multiple sessions in advance.

He promoted it during the holidays, with the spin “Commit to Your Weight Loss Success Now, but Don’t Work Out Until Later!” His clients were delighted to pre-pay now but still enjoy their pie, and know they were going to get back on track after the holidays. Best of all, this business owner got a huge cash windfall during his typical “dry season.”

5. Sell or Lease Unused Assets

Take a close look around your offices, home, and storage units for things you really don’t need access to regularly. Do you have excess materials, inventory or equipment? Don’t discount personal items as well. (Is it time to unload that boat you use just twice a year?) If you have extra office space, consider subletting it to someone who could use the workspace.

Example: Last year my team and I went through our company storage unit and found we had tons of video equipment that we just weren’t using. (We’d purchased it all two years ago when I was convinced we should do our own video shoots. Well, we were terrible at it! I swore from then on to hire pros instead. So now all this equipment was just sitting there.) I had my team sell the equipment online, and after that experience I looked at everything else we weren’t using regularly — trade show equipment, copiers and computers, etc. We were able to get rid of our expensive storage unit, while netting some cash too.

Lightening your financial load (and just clearing your clutter) can net you some cash to get you through a tough spell, and it feels great energetically too. When you sleep better at night, you’ll be able to focus more on growing your business..

Ali Brown is currently serving on the ;Mission Main Street(SM) Grants ;panel of experts, which will review this year’s applications and select the grant recipients. Brown is an award-winning entrepreneur, one of Forbes’ Women to Watch, a mentor to thousands of small business owners, and has been featured on ABC’s “Secret Millionaire.” Her most recent business has ranked on the Inc. 500 list.

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8 Things You May Not Know About The Increasingly Popular Working Capital Loan.

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A working capital loan is an excellent advantage for a company that may be seen as ‘a risk’ by typical lenders. With this type of loan your businesses’ cash flow potential is looked over, versus solely your credit score…

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Envision Capital Group, a top equipment financing and equipment leasing company in Orange County of California discusses the top 8 facts of a working capital loan.

“As working capital loans are becoming increasingly popular, many business owners don’t know about the benefits of this type of loan. So often a business may not have the cash it needs to grow or sustain in a tough economy. It’s sad to see a great business struggling to keep their doors open or even worse have to be shut down. We want to educate business owners on working capital loans and how it can help keep their business stay afloat, or simply keep it succeeding.” Envision Capital stated.

1. Fast Cash- Expect to have the cash within a few days, compared to a standard loan which can take many weeks. This makes a working capital loan an excellent choice for a business that may need to pay a bill right away, or have an unexpected maintenance on a piece of equipment that they depend on.

2. Up to $250,000- Up to $250,000 of cash may be obtained.

3. A Quick & Easy Application- No need to study the fine print, or set an hour aside to apply. Like Envision Capital Group’s, this type of loan typically has a simple, one page application that can be completed in minutes.

4. Freedom of Use- This loan can be used for almost any type of expense. From hiring a new employee, to buying more inventory, to sprucing up an office with new furniture, or a business can even use it to pay it’s 2012 tax payments.

5. Flexible Repayment Options- This loan is a great strategy for a seasonal type of business. Payments are calculated based on the percentage of your sales, which offers flexibility and peace of mind. If sales are up, the payment will be larger, but if sales are dipping, expect to pay less.

6. Rocky Credit? No problem.- This is an excellent advantage for a company that may be seen as ‘a risk’ by typical lenders. With this type of loan a businesses’ cash flow potential is looked over, versus solely your credit score.

7. No Collateral or Personal Guaranty Required- No need to put up the businesses’ assets, or personal property on the chopping block.

8. Working Capital Programs offer two types of loan structures:
1 Merchant Cash Advance: Candidates for this type of loan are those that have a significant volume or credit card sales a month. 2- Short term loan: For candidates that do not accept credit cards as a form of payment, or for those that do not receive the necessary volume needed for the amount of working capital they need.

About Envision Capital Group

Envision Capital Group is an Orange County, CA based top equipment financing & equipment leasing company, offering several types of financing: lease financing, equipment loans, working capital & merchant cash advance programs, as well as servicing vendor financing needs. They assist any business type, any credit type, nationwide, in getting the funding their businesses need to grow. To learn more, visit: envisioncapitalgroup.com.


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Kalispell picks up loan

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Posted: Jan 25, 2013 9:24 AM by Dax VanFossen – KAJ News
Updated: Jan 25, 2013 9:05 AM

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KALISPELL – A nearly $400,000 loan will help the city of Kalispell buy new equipment, and also to improve cash flow in several departments.

The Kalispell City Council has authorized a loan for $375,000 which would go toward buying equipment and improving cash flows in the city’s parks and forestry funds, as well as street maintenance funds.

Council members approved the equipment purchases as part of this year’s budget, and City Manager Doug Russell says they’re glad to be able to take advantage of a 1.25% interest rate for the loan.

“Just kind of tied all those together and some of them being out of four different funds, we actually would have ended up with some cash issues. And depending on the timing of property taxes and the assessment payments to the city, we would have run into some problems with the funds in there, so having the loan definitely helps out with that cash flow,” Russell explained.

He added that the loan is for up to five years, and the interest rate can be adjusted every six months as market conditions change.

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First Person: Where to Find Small Cash Infusions for a Small Business

One of my business mentors provides alternative small business financing for companies that have been rejected by traditional financial institutions. I learned early on that obtaining funding for a business applies to more than a start up. Sometimes a cash infusion can help take a business to its next level of expansion. For example, you may need a new piece of equipment, software or a larger office space. None of these items warrants applying for a full-fledged commercial loan, but you still need a little financial assistance to get over the “hump.”

Who to ask?

Already having a track record for viability and growth puts you in a good light when you reach out for a small business loan. For lenders, it’s all about the risk. You are considered a better risk if your books show you have been managing your money. Consider reaching out to the following sources for smaller sums of cash:

Advisors. Most members of an advisory board recognize their interest in your company is more meaningful once they are financially invested. This is a great place to start when you only need a few thousand dollars. Your advisors are prone to giving you clear cut guidance and even sharing contacts in their own networks when they have money in your company.

Friends and Family. This type of loan can be risky to personal relationships if you business does not go as planned. Go back and talk to the people that said “no” when you needed start up funding. Once again, if your track record proves your ability to maintain profitability, people you are close with are more willing to say “yes.” Just be very clear in a legal agreement regarding the conditions of the loan.

Crowdfunding. This is an online method of acquiring cash from multiple “donors”, usually in exchange for some form of perk. These individuals are donors in the sense that they give the money with no expectation of interest or investment in your company.

Credit Cards. It’s never a good idea when you are building a strong credit rating to use more than 40% of your available credit. Sometimes maxing out a credit card is the moat practical way to get what you need to move your business forward. Do your best to avoid paying fees and interest.

Working with smaller investors allows you to maintain more equity control over your business, and implement growth strategies at a pace you can handle with confidence.

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