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Leasing is a simple and inexpensive way of acquiring a piece of equipment
without tying up capital or using its bank guarantees,
the company does not unlock its credit line. The leased
equipment is the security for the financing and often no additional collateral is required.
additional collateral is often not required. The leasing period, and therefore the cost of the
of the lease, is adapted, among other things, to the economic life of the equipment,
Usually the leasing period is 3-5 years.
The leasing fee is tax deductible, i.e. it is deducted as an
cost. The lease only affects the profit and loss account as the equipment is not
is not recognised as an asset in the balance sheet. Budgeting and
planning is easy as the lessee knows in advance the leasing fee for the entire duration of the
the leasing fee for the whole duration of the contract and that the financing is secured
throughout the leasing period.
The monthly cost is affected by the residual value of the equipment and the duration of the
duration. A higher residual value and a long rental period will result in a lower
monthly cost – and vice versa. The lease is structured so that the object’s
residual value corresponds to the market value. In order to avoid a large
gap between the residual value and the market value, an increased first
leasing fee can be added.
A rental agreement is established whereby the lessor buys the equipment from the
the supplier and then rents the equipment to the lessee.
In most cases, movable property can be rented. By movable property is meant that
it is not part of a property or part of another piece of equipment.
Commonly rented items include coffee machines, water dispensers and other office
other office machines such as photocopiers etc.
Renting is advantageous when you are interested in the use but not the
ownership of a piece of equipment.
Renting is a means of spreading the costs over time and at the same time
create a favourable base for new future investments. By renting
the company does not tie up its capital, does not use its bank collateral and therefore does not
collateral and thus does not unlock its credit facilities.
Rent is tax deductible, i.e. it is deducted as an expense. The rent
only affects the profit and loss account as the equipment is not recognised as an
asset in the balance sheet. Budgeting and cash flow planning
is easy as the lessee knows in advance the rent for the whole contract period and the
contractual period and the financing is secured throughout the rental period.