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1. Do you need COLOR or BLACK AND WHITE?

2. What SIZES OF PAPER do you need to PRINT ON?

3. What TYPE OF DEVICE do you want?

4. What is your AVERAGE MONTHLY PRINT VOLUME?

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Summary

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Black & White: {{ monoPrints }}
Color: {{ colorPrints }}

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Lease Tips – Copier Lease Center

Purchasing an asset such as a copier requires a significant financial investment. If it would impact your operational capital budget, then you should avoid making such a purchase. Most businesses are better off leasing a copier rather than buying one. A lease would contain all the information that you need for maintenance and accessories as well as the return of the item. A quality MFP copier machine is considered a luxury item, and they are quite expensive if you are buying one. They cost about as much as a new car. Like most people in the world, they usually purchase a car through a loan or finance deal. If you purchase a copier outright, you might be better off getting a low interest loan so that your business has room to breathe, especially if you are a startup.

Whether you pay for your accessories, add-ons, and consumables are dictated by the terms of your contract. If there is only a limited amount of capital, ask for a lease. It is cost efficient and gives your organization room to breathe and expand. Ask your accounting department what the next best step would be as far as buying versus leasing a copier. Leases come with a tax deductible for the exact amount that you paid rather than depreciating when the asset is owned by the business.