Deb’s Equipment Leasing Blog

In the market for new equipment but can’t afford to buy?

If you are in the market for new equipment or technology for your business, but can’t afford to buy it, leasing is an option to consider.

Instead of buying the equipment or technology outright, leasing allows you to make smaller monthly payments, typically, over a multiple-year period. At the end …

The price of oil is the focus of much attention these days.

Recently Premier Rachel Notley expressed optimism about the Alberta economy “We have a way to go but I am pleased to say that we are making progress,” she said. “Since last year’s Stampede Investment Forum, the Alberta economy has added more than 47,000 new full-time jobs. When people get back …

With the success of your business comes the increasing demand for your time and resources, which as an entrepreneur you will know are both very precious entities.

Many businesses depend on equipment to get the job done. And for some firms, new equipment might make the difference between inaction and …

Getting to the Next Level…

When striving to take your company to the next level, it’s important to first set yourself attainable business goals. You should also consider the hurdles that might thwart your progress along the way. Setting reachable key points in your business development enables you to measure your progress and track your …

Oral Health Care is not all about a trip to the Dentist ‘s Office…

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With other dental professionals now allowed to be a patient’s first port of call for oral healthcare and treatment Dental Hygienists may work in a wide variety of practice settings including in their own practice, or independently within a dental health team providing routine dental assessments, extractions, pain relief, simple …

NEARLY 8 IN 10 BUSINESSES USED FINANCING

equipAccording to the U.S. Equipment Finance Market Study:  2016-2017.  The survey also shows that 68 percent of the total value of equipment and software acquired in 2015 was financed and total public and private investment in equipment and software grew 4.0 percent in 2015, to $1.5 trillion.

Key Findings:

Keeping your Eye on the Bottom Line.

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Whether you are in your last year of optometry school, or already practicing, opening your own optometry practice may be on your mind.

Fast facts*

  • The average Canadian optometrist in practice earns $70,000 to $80,000 per year, excluding benefits;
  • How long does an optometrist stay in the career? Typically life-long,

Should You Buy or Lease Heavy Equipment?

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construction-equipment-rental-2New assets are an essential part of business growth. But finding money to acquire them can impact other areas of your operation. There is no need to sacrifice your company’s image or increase insurance liability and costs by utilizing the wrong equipment for the job.

Your business requires only the …

Moving the Dial Forward – Checking your Goals…

dial-forwardIn honour of the fact the year is almost over I thought I would ask you this question:

How have you done over 2016 on accomplishing your one thing for the year? Your one great priority? Have you moved the dial forward this year?

Setting goals gives you long-term vision …

Is Live Tradeshow Marketing a Thing of the Past?

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Advancements in technology have created a new type of virtual relationship with exhibiting your products and services to your target market with “virtual events.” This however poses the following questions:

Are Live Tradeshows a Thing of the Past? … Is there still value in human interaction?

Can we form the …

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