Financing for Your Business Needs

Running a business takes capital. Whether you’re paying for marketing campaigns to bring in new customers and increase revenue, paying your employees’ salaries or are simply keeping the lights on, it takes money to run a business. If you’re looking to purchase or upgrade your equipment, then you likely understand that purchasing what you need may not be cheap and you may need additional capital to get what you need to keep business operating smoothly. Sometimes it makes sense to take out a loan to finance certain projects, such as upgrading your equipment, so you don’t tap into your operating cash and can keep that money free for everyday expenses. If this sounds like your business, then you may want to look into Equipment Financing or Equipment Leasing.

Benefits

With equipment lease financing, you can take advantage of several benefits, including:

  • Predictable monthly payments
  • Tax and accounting advantages
  • Free up cash for other expenses
  • Eliminate equipment obsolescence
  • Up to 84 months for repayment

Criteria

We can help you finance just about every type of equipment loan request, whether it’s new computers for your office or heavy machinery for your farming business. We’ll even turn around the application quickly, often within one to five business days, so you will have minimal disruption to your business operations. Here’s some of the criteria we look for when extending capital:

  • No financials required for loans up to $150,000
  • Little to no down payment
  • Payment structures that work for you
  • Loans up to $500,000 for middle-marketing financing

We also offer government and municipal financing for several entity types, including fire departments, police departments, libraries, federal government agencies and public schools, to name a few.

If you’re interested in getting new equipment for your business, talk to us today. We’ll help you secure the right financing to help your business get the equipment it needs, so you can get back to focusing on your business.