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In the past few years, leasing has become an increasingly important municipal financing tool. Municipal leases take many forms and frequently substitute for tax-exempt bonds. The most common alternatives to long-term general obligation bonds are tax-exempt leases and sale-leasebacks. Tax-exempt leases provide for the municipal purchase of property or equipment under an installment sales contract calling for periodic payments of principal and interest. The interest payments are exempt from federal taxation. Local governments use tax-exempt leases to buy all kinds of equipment, from typewriters to school buses, and, to a ...
This arrangement allows the business owner to raise capital while retaining the use of the assets that are needed in the business. A sale-leaseback can offer the creation of significant source of funds that can be used for a variety of purposes. This includes paying off a specific lender, as working capital, to buy-back capital stock, buying out a partner, or upgrading assets, etc. In sale-leaseback financing, is accomplished by conveying the title of the asset, at an agreed upon value, to a financial institution in exchange for a lump-sum payment. The business owner then makes ... Read More
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