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As assets, printers aren't great. They're susceptible to faults (as I'm sure we've all suffered through), the ink costs border on extortionate, and they only last for a couple of years before a better printer comes along and replaces it. Why, then, do so many businesses buy instead of opting to lease a printer?

If you need persuading, allow us to explain why you should lease a printer and why you should with Love Finance.

 

How A Printer Lease Can Benefit You:

 

- Ensure Your Printers Up-To-Date

Like we said earlier, the life cycle of a printer isn't very long - about two years roughly. If you decide to lease a printer, you can choose to upgrade your printer to the newer model at the end of the agreement. Like a phone contract, this option guarantees you're getting the latest and best printers on the market.

 

- Keep Cash In Your Business

With our bespoke printer finance packages, you can avoid initial outlays that can cripple cash flows and drain a business of its funds. Instead, you start paying a fixed monthly cost that suits you over a 2, 3 or 4 year period.

Keeping that cash that would have been spent on buying the printer in your business allows you to spend it on something else that would benefit your company.

 

- Fixed Costs

Ditch the need for monotonous depreciation schedules, lease a printer and create a fixed tax-deductible cost. Love Finance printer leases become a regular part of your bottom line in a manageable, affordable way.

At the end of your lease, we offer you the chance to purchase the printer you've been using at a reduced cost or, as mentioned, upgrade to a newer model.

 

- Bundle All Your Printer Needs Into One Payment

Printers come with all sorts of extras and accessories needed to work in the way you want them to.

However, these extras cost money. When you lease a printer with Love Finance, we can bundle everything you'll ever need to install, maintain and repair your printer. It gets added to your monthly fee at a price you'll barely even notice. We like to think of it as an As-A-Service model where the one fee pays for the equipment and all the secondary things associated with the kit.

We can also look at potential printouts per month and create a fixed cost for toner, ink, etc. Doing this will prepare you much more for when you run out of ink, or your printer needs maintenance.

 

Things To Keep In Mind Before You Lease A Printer:

 

- Give Your New Printer A Spin

Whether you're using a supplier associated with Love Finance or have another one in mind, make sure you get your hands on it, try it and see it in action. Ask to see a printout to see if the quality is up to your standards and whether the printer can keep up with the demands of your business.

 

- Make Sure It Has The Functions You Want

Don't just go ahead and lease the first printer you see. Look at the kind of functions the printer has. Does it have a copier? Can it fax? Does it print wirelessly? Amek sure your new printer matches your requirements.

 

- Paper Handling

Each business has different paper needs; they may print mostly on A4 or larger pieces of paper, A2 and the like. Don't forget about the sizes of paper you want; it sounds stupid, but many people go through the rigmarole of buying a printer without realising the type of paper it can (or cannot support) support.

 

Interested? Let's Talk

We're specialists in printer leasing, so if you're looking for the right package to lease a printer, we may have it for you; give us a ring and let us show you a free quote on your next set of printers, or click below!

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