Printers and photocopiers can be very expensive pieces of office kit, so it is good to know what finance options printer-photocopier suppliers offer, in order to help you afford the right equipment for your business. Leasing is the most common solution and allows you to spread the cost of a new machine over predictable monthly payments. Contracts are usually taken out for 2-5 years, although day and short term rental is possible with some suppliers. Consumables and servicing can be included and you can usually choose to upgrade the machine at the end of the lease or buy outright for a vastly reduced price. With some hire agreements, the equipment is automatically yours at the end of the repayment period.
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- What is a typical price range for a stand-alone photocopier?
- What is a typical price range for a stand-alone printer?
- What is a typical price range for a multifunction printer?
- Is leasing a printer-photocopier better than buying or renting one?
- How does an office printer leasing contract work?
- What is the VAT rate for renting a photocopier?
- Can I be reimbursed for VAT when I buy a printer-photocopier?
- What sort of maintenance costs can I expect to pay for my printer-photocopier?
- How much can I save by purchasing a reconditioned photocopier?
- Is professional installation included in the cost of acquiring a printer-photocopier?
- Can I be reimbursed for recycling an old printer-photocopier?