Lease vs. Purchase Analysis / Off Balance Sheet Leasing
Clients often try to cut costs by selecting the cheapest option. As CPAs know, it is better to try to maximize the value of each purchase by utilizing a cost-benefit analysis. IFR provides cost-benefit analysis for your clients, educating them how to make more rational decisions about their spending.
Off-Balance-Sheet Leasing is a form of financing in which large capital expenditures and related debt are kept off a company's balance sheet through appropriate lease structuring. Your client might use off-balance-sheet leasing to keep their debt-to-equity and leverage ratios manageable, especially if the inclusion of a large expenditure and related debt would violate banking debt covenants.
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