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is perhaps the best way to equip your business with the cars and/or trucks it needs to operate. There are many benefits to leasing in volume. Aside from the mobility it gives your employees, the small business help is a big asset. Types of Leases There are essentially two types of commercial leases: an operating lease and a capital lease. The differences between the two have important ramifications for your business expenses and tax situation, so it pays to understand them both. Operating Lease An operating lease is considered an expense to the lessee – the party doing the leasing. The lessee assumes no ownership stake in ...
The other day a client of mine was asked if they had any capital leases and how they had accounted for it on the balance sheet, with supporting schedules. This is a classic auditor question and led to a conversation around: what is the difference between a capital lease and an operating lease? Well, the Government of Canada has a nice concise definition to help us out: A capital lease is usually used to finance equipment for the major part of its useful life, and there is a reasonable assurance that the lessee will obtain ownership of the equipment by the end of the lease term. An ... Read More
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