Tag Archives: Equipment Financing

Some Year End Thoughts

Here we are, in the thick of the holiday season, and 2010 is coming to a close. Like many, I always get a little whimsical around this time (the bottle of holiday cheer likely helps.) It’s time to relax, look back and take stock in what happened, and then gaze forward at the fresh slate the New Year… Read More »

The times… they aren’t a changin’

If you read this blog, you know I’ve commented on the economy from time to time. And I’m usually pretty optimistic… well, cautiously optimistic – that’s a better way to describe it. But I do try and look for signs that “things” are getting better, etc. But this isn’t one of those posts. This isn’t doom and gloom,… Read More »

Section 179 Changes for 2010

Ok, so let’s talk about Section 179 again. If you remember, a few posts ago I mentioned that Section 179 was brought back in the recent “Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment” (HIRE) Act of 2010. But since I posted that pretty much when it passed, I didn’t have time to give the details. Now that I’ve looked closer… Read More »

There’s a definite spring thaw

Let’s talk about the economy for a minute. It’s been more than a year of doom and gloom, and although I’ve remained somewhat upbeat and optimistic, I’d also be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge that yea, times have been tough. But you know, it’s pretty plain to me that we hit bottom some time ago, and things are… Read More »

Passive vs Proactive equipment financing

I mentioned earlier that I wanted to start talking about the vendor side of the equipment financing equation. And there’s no better place to begin than to distinguish the difference between “Passive” vs. “Proactive” in terms of equipment financing. Actually, the terms passive and proactive really don’t pertain to the equipment financing itself – they pertain more to… Read More »