Leasing a photocopier is always the best option for any business looking for the benefits of a state of the art device, whilst improving office efficiency at a cost spread over a time period which suits them.
Leasing a photocopier ensures that customers get the best devices possible, and a service which covers every aspect of their printing, so they can concentrate on value based activities for them.
How does photocopier leasing work?
Print Logic will work with you to find a photocopier and time period which suits you best. Once we’ve agreed on a plan, we’ll work with one of our finance partners and set up a photocopier lease scheme. Once everything has been approved we’ll prepare everything for you and install your new photocopier as soon as possible, ensuring that it’s ready for you to use right away.
When you lease a photocopier, you’ll receive full support and maintenance, as well as all of the benefits from a Managed Print Service, including free delivery and installation, automatic consumable replenishment and staff training.
What are the benefits of leasing a photocopier?
Better price structure
Why pay out in one lump sum? When Print Logic can offer small fixed manageable payments with photocopy machine leasing. Spreading the cost out over a number of years means that you’ll be able to establish a set payment structure which suits you. We’ll work with you to find a length and price which works best for you.
A fixed term photocopier lease is agreed at the beginning of the process, and we work with customers to make sure that they have all the information they need to make an informed decision. When our customers commit to a leasing option, Print Logic make an equal commitment to support and maintain the customer’s photocopier printer equipment to the highest standards for the duration of the lease.
If you buy a copier, you may only deduct the machine’s depreciation, which is typically 40 percent of the purchasing price the first year and then 25 percent of the purchasing price in subsequent years. However, if you lease a photocopier, the leasing payment is considered a pre-tax business expense, meaning you can deduct the entire payment each time it’s made.
Brand New Equipment
When leasing customers will benefit from a completely new machine, from award winning manufacturers like Sharp, Xerox, OKI, Kyocera and Konica Minolta. We’ll work with you to prepare a device configured to your requirements, both with software and hardware solutions tailored to you.
New photocopy machines are completely reliable, and can be configured at any time – giving you the option of increasing the photocopiers abilities at any time during the lease.
Comprehensive service and maintenance
All service and maintenance calls are included as part of a lease agreement, leaving you one less thing to worry about when considering the costs of a potential breakdown. We’ll regularly check your photocopying device will continue to work as you expect it to, and using software such as PRISM, which is installed as standard, we can monitor the device and proactively resolve and potential issues before they cause a problem.
CF Capital Describe the benefits of a Photocopier Lease as:
“Many people believe leasing is an expensive option. This simply is not the case. This is why even large ‘cash rich’ companies are choosing to lease.
Unlike many high street bank facilities or overdrafts that are subject to the change in market conditions, a lease facility with its protected payment and fixed interest rates allows for effective future budgeting.
Because finance lease rentals are 100% allowable against pre-tax profits, the total cost of your purchase, capital and interest can be offset during the lease period, with your payments deducted as a trading expense. Contrary to popular belief leasing is not expensive, in fact the real cost of your lease can be significantly lower than the payments you make!
A cash purchase will allow tax relief only on the capital allowances on the equipment. This is currently 18% of the cost in the first year and 18% in subsequent years based on a reducing balance each year”