You have options in how you finance your fueling and convenience store equipment. Adding new EMV gas pumps, POS, LED's, storage tanks or EMV upgrades? Learn how business equipment financing and leasing for your convenience store compares with other loan and borrowing options. Visit our Equipment Financing Learning Center (https://goo.gl/zmX3Yu
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Are you considering purchasing equipment for your business and aren’t sure what the best financing or loan option is?
Upgrading your gas pumps for EMV, tanks for new EPA regulations, adding a new brand image or making another investment in your business?
If so here are some things to consider:
If you have capital available, would it be better to invest in expanding your business rather than buying a depreciating asset? To do this, using financing keeps your capital available for strategic investments.
Are there are cost effective financing options available besides bank loans? Equipment financing is fast and does not place a burden on your land, buildings or other assets besides the equipment being financed.
How does the 2017 tax reform act impact depreciation options, taxes and cash flow? There are a number of incentives in the new tax bill that allow accelerated depreciation and create cash flow advantages.
Patriot Capital can help you understand your options
We have been delivering fast, affordable and quick approval of financing solutions to the convenience store and commercial petroleum industry since 2000
Equipment financing can be faster and have lesser restrictions than borrowing money from friends, family or a bank
Our one page application for loans up to $200,000 can be quickly filled in and submitted.
By doing it “THE RIGHT WAY”. Patriot Capital has been chosen as “Best in U.S.” by the Petroleum Marketers Association of America for the past four years.
We pride ourselves on being fast, flexible and easy to do business with.
You can get almost any brand or type of equipment and related installation, shipping, taxes and training quickly funded, without hassles.
State Bank & Trust is a Member of the FDIC
Patriot Capital does not provide tax advice. Please consult your tax advisor for advice.