AP Offers Lease-to-Own Program

Goal is to make test equipment outlay affordable
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Test equipment manufacturer Audio Precision is offering a lease-to-own program for its products. Using terms from 24 months up to 60 months, buyers can keep "up-front" costs to a minimum, yet still be able to make use of the equipment.

Audio Precision Director of Marketing Tom Williams said, "Leasing allows companies on any budget to get to work quickly and easily without having to choose between performance and cash flow."

Audio Precision notes that there might be tax advantages to leasing that are not available as straight purchasing — which would be categorized as a "capital expenditure."

AP also promises quick decisions, usually in two to four hours, and a simple one-page application.


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