If you have decided to rent a copy machine from a local company, this is a good choice for a lot of reasons. That monthly rent is fully tax-deductible just like the business’ other monthly bills. Leasing also means that your business doesn’t have to come up with the full purchase price of the copier up front, and that money can be put into other important areas of the business. To find the best copy machine renter, it’s important to find out how they do business and what will be expected of you as the renter of the machine.
The copy machine renter that you choose for your small business should have excellent equipment available to lease.
No business should cheap out when it comes to the business machines they use. If the company only rents out older models and focuses more on the sales of new models, this might not be who you want to do business with. You also need to know what you can expect from them if the machine breaks. Will they fix it? Will they charge you to fix it? You also need to know whether they will do maintenance on the machine as needed.