Right now is the time to include in your plan our Snow Central Leases because they are perfectly customized to fit a snow contractor’s revenue cycle. Too soon to think about snow? No way. Planning your equipment purchases now will help you forecast costs and give you a better bottom line projection for the snow season. Continue reading →
What does your fleet need and what can your approach be to build or grow it? If some of the practices you use for your personal wellbeing, like balance, flexibility, and discipline, have been successful, consider using those practices to guide your decisions on renting, leasing or buying equipment.
Balance, in rent vs. buy vs. lease decisions, refers to the need for balancing your financial obligations in comparison to your expected equipment utilization needs. A well-liked industry rule of thumb favors buying equipment when you expect to achieve a utilization factor of 60 percent or higher. But which of the three options is the most flexible? Whether to rent, lease or buy isn’t always clear. You should take a disciplined approach based on your needs for balance and flexibility. This Construction Business Owner article covers how to arrive at an approach that works for you.
Believe it or not, it’s time to talk about year-end incentives! 2012 is hitting the home stretch and that means smart buyers are starting to take advantage of tax incentives and 4th quarter specials to get a brand new machine for less. This year New Holland has stepped up its incentives BIG TIME. There are so many great offers that to keep it simple, we made a list of the TOP 5reasons to buy a New Holland skid steer or compact track loader TODAY: Continue reading →