Tag Archives: Equipment Financing

More on Section 179, equipment financing, and 2009

I know I recently posted about Section 179 making its long-awaited (by me anyway) appearance in 2009, and I wanted to touch on that theme again. Actually, I’m going to restate something I mentioned months ago (big surprise there), because conditions are very favorable right now. I mentioned last year that Section 179 and Equipment Financing were made… Read More »

Credit isn’t dead – we’ve been here the whole time

This is going to sound like a bit of a plug, but recent events force my hand. Also, President Obama apparently did not read my “we’re still lending” post a few months back. For shame. Anyway, while watching the President’s speech to congress (and us) the other night, I was happy to hear him talk about the need… Read More »

How was your year? (another Section 179 post)

2008 was interesting, wasn’t it? We had an historic election, we had $4 a gallon gas (thankfully only for a short time), we had a huge bailout of the financial industry, we had a credit crunch, and the sky fell, too. Ok, the last part is fake, but geez, you’d think the sky fell by watching the news.… Read More »

Best Seats in the House

A client asked me an interesting equipment financing question the other day. He asked me if we’d finance PSL’s for his company. For those who don’t know the term, PSL’s are the acronym for Personal Seat License,  and are a fairly new charge imposed by sports team owners to season ticket holders (most notably in the NFL). Generally,… Read More »

Snookered on financing equipment

Ok, the title is a little misleading, but I couldn’t come up with anything wittier in regards to what I’m writing about this week. You’ll see what I mean soon enough… Anyway, the Fletcher clan went on vacation over the 4th of July weekend & my extended family rented one of those huge beach houses in North Carolina’s… Read More »