Options for buying a copier, printer or high-volume document scanner.
Buying a new copier, printer or document scanner comes with the highest upfront costs. However, buying new can also result in the lowest overall cost of ownership depending on how long your new purchase meets your document requirements. Another benefit to buying a new copier, printer or document scanner is that you may be able to write your new purchase off in one tax year (consult with a local tax lawyer for more information).
After researching new copiers, printers and document scanners, don’t forget to research the less expensive used/re-certified options. Used copiers, printers or document scanners can cost a fraction of the price of new ones. If you are starting a new business and don’t know what your copy, print and scan volumes will be, a used device will be your lowest risk investment. When buying used, look for equipment with low page counts.
Office equipment leases are the most common way for businesses to provide their employees with new office technology. An office equipment lease will range from one to five years. At the end of the lease, you will have the option to end the contract and return the equipment or purchase the device. Office equipment leases can be difficult to terminate once signed, so read them thoroughly. Call 888-930-6209 to learn more.