Business Leasing For Dummies?
More than eighty percent of businesses in the United States alone lease some or all of their equipment. These types of leases are only the tip of the iceberg. When you look at the entire world of business, you’ll find the activity of leasing almost everywhere—from property and vehicles to high-technology assets. Today, if you want to make the right deals and be successful in any business, grasping the concept of business leases is more important than ever. Whether you’re participating in a leasing transaction from the point-of-view of a lessee, lessor, or lender, Business Leasing For Dummies is for you. If you’ve never dealt with a lease before, this book will introduce you to lease basics such as the types of leases available and the terms associated with them. If you’re already familiar with leases, you’ll find out how this diverse financial tool can work for you, however you may choose to use it. Business Leasing For Dummies will help you understand the benefits, risks, and documentation involved with leasing transactions—including the impact of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which is a collection of laws that provides uniform and consistent rules for commercial transactions. You’ll also discover how to: Decide whether to but or lease Differentiate between a lease and a loan Manage potential leasing risks Calculate the cost of leasing Lease all kinds of property Insure leased property Decipher tax, legal, and accounting rules Negotiating the core terms in your lease Business Leasing For Dummies offers valuable insight and direction. It will help you negotiate better deals as well as save more money. From clear explanations of the fundamentals of the leasing process to savvy tips for avoiding costly mistakes, this friendly reference will guide you every step of the way.Click Here
to view in augmented realityEquipment and Motor Vehicle Leasing and Hiring Law and Practice (Intellectual Property in Practice)
This work examines the legal aspects of leasing and hire purchase agreements, with particular reference to plant and machinery, cars, commercial vehicles, computers and office equipment and railway stock. Taking a highly practical approach, it addresses the concerns of practitioners when drafting and advising on leasing contracts and related transactions.* A detailed account of all the practical legal issues involved with leasing* Includes the latest Unidroit initiative on security interests* Text links directly to a precedents section, highlighting the weaknesses that exist in current documentsClick Here
to view in augmented realityGovernment Operations: Multiyear Leasing and Government-Wide Purchasing of Automatic Data Processing Equipment Should Result in Significant S
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent agency that works for Congress. The GAO watches over Congress, and investigates how the federal government spends taxpayers dollars. The Comptroller General of the United States is the leader of the GAO, and is appointed to a 15-year term by the U.S. President. The GAO wants to support Congress, while at the same time doing right by the citizens of the United States. They audit, investigate, perform analyses, issue legal decisions and report anything that the government is doing. This is one of their reports.Click Here
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