Why Aren’t You Offering Financing? (part 2)

Ok, last time I discussed businesses who sell equipment offering financing, and some of the assumptions companies have that keep them from doing such. My goal here is to show how inaccurate these assumptions are, and hopefully spark some interest to partake in this most excellent business activity. Last time, I reiterated that there’s no risk at all… Read More »

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Why Aren’t You Offering Financing? (part 1)

I have roughly 17,000 things on my desk today, all of which need my attention. To say businesses are looking to finance equipment in 2020 is an understatement. We, and every other lender out there, are busy. Overwhelmingly, businesses from coast to coast are buying equipment, and using monthly payments to make their purchases fit into the balance… Read More »

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Fletch Predicts 2020

Oh my goodness, it’s 2020! Wasn’t 2007 just a few years ago? It certainly seems like it.  But no, the calendar is flipping again, and that means it’s time for the 2020 edition of Fletch Predicts. The first thing I usually do is sports predictions. I was on a bit of a streak 2-3 years ago, having nailed… Read More »

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Do Not Miss Your Section 179 Deduction for 2019

This is it. We are into the homestretch for Section 179 for 2019. When the clock strikes midnight on 12/31/2019, that’s it – Section 179 for 2019 is done. Over. Finished.  And you don’t want to miss it. Trust me on this – here’s why: The US Government has given small and medium businesses a HUGE gift with… Read More »

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Embracing Credit

In my last post, I spoke about the owner of a business who told me the hardest part on the road to success was that very first decision to expand. Even after I wrote that post, I thought more about it, and I realized what made the decision so hard was the acceptance of using credit to expand.… Read More »

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