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  • Valuations 600x400 - Determining Fair Market and Residual Values for Technology Equipment

    Determining Fair Market and Residual Values for Technology Equipment

    Just as the residual value or fair market value at lease end is central to a lessor’s profitability, understanding the projected residual value of equipment is a critical factor for your organization when implementing equipment procurement policies and lease management practices. This special report provides precise definitions of terms, an overview of the perspectives of the lessee and lessor, and a guide to negotiating lease contracts consistent with your business objectives. (3 pp., 1 fig.)

    February, 2003

  • Valuations 600x400 - Financial Analysis:  Upgrade of Leased Equipment

    Financial Analysis: Upgrade of Leased Equipment

    Because of the many variables involved, deciding whether to renew an equipment lease or upgrade to newer technology is often a difficult process. This report shows how to perform the financial analysis to make such a decision, using a real life example. The example and accompanying calculations can be used as a template for performing your own analysis of a lease renewal.

    December, 2002