Business Leasing for Dummies

Business Leasing for Dummies

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"Takes complex concepts and makes them understandable."- Joseph C. Lane, Former President, IBM Credit Corporation "Provides valuable insight and direction for both lessors and lessees. Every business person should read it before negotiating an equipment lease." - Michael J. Rizzo, President & CEO, U.S. Bancorp Business Equipment Finance Group The pain-free way to decide whether to lease or buy The fun and easy way to save money by business leasing! So you've decided to lease. Confusing stuff, huh? Nahhh ? not with expert David Mayer at your side! From clear explanations of the fundamentals of the leasing process to savvy tips for avoiding costly mistakes, this unintimidating reference guides you every step of the way. Discover how to:Decide whether to buy or to lease Differentiate between a lease and a loan Manage potential leasing risks Calculate the cost of leasing Lease all kinds of property Get smart! www dummies.comSign up for daily eTips at www Choose from among 33 different subject categories Get news you can use on everything from money to health to computers
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 182.88 x 241.3 x 22.86mm | 566.99g
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • 0764553704
  • 9780764553707

About David G. Mayer

David G. Mayer is a partner at Patton Boggs LLP, an international law firm. He was formerly corporate counsel for GATX Capital Corporation, one of the world's most innovative and successful leasing companies.
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Table of contents

Foreword. Introduction. PART I: Building a Foundation. Chapter 1: Getting Focused on Leasing. Chapter 2: Appreciating the Benefits of Leasing. Chapter 3: Facing the Risks in Leasing. PART II: How Leasing Works. Chapter 4: Closing Your First Lease. Chapter 5: Seeing the Picture: The Two Most Common Lease Structures. Chapter 6: Figuring Out Lessee Economics. Chapter 7: Lessor Economics: Setting and Analyzing Lease Payments. PART III: Taking on Documentation and Insurance. Chapter 8: Negotiating the Core Terms in Your Lease. Chapter 9: Insuring Leased Property. Chapter 10: Leasing High-Technology Assets. Chapter 11: Leasing and Financing Aircraft. Chapter 12: Leasing Railroad Rolling Stock, Vehicles, and Vessels. PART IV: Going by the Book: Tax, Legal, and Accounting Rules. Chapter 13: Considering Federal Taxes. Chapter 14: Dealing with State Sales, Use, and Property Taxes. Chapter 15: Accounting Meets Leases. Chapter 16: Rules for Leasing: Article 2A of the UCC. Chapter 17: UCC Article 9 Affects Leasing. Chapter 18: Bankruptcy Hits Leasing: Lessee Tools and Lessor Consequences. PART V: Products and Programs Worldwide. Chapter 19: Doing Business with Federal, State, and Local Government Entities. Chapter 20: Leasing Around the Globe. Chapter 21: Tapping Diverse Markets: Vendor, Venture, and e-Leasing. PART VI: The Parts of Ten. Chapter 22: Ten Points for Successful Leasing by Lessees. Chapter 23: Ten Points for Successful Leasing by Lessors. Appendix: Master Lease Agreement. Index. Book Registration Information.
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