This book covers the fundamentals of the leasing process, and objectively addresses the 'to buy or lease?' question. It describes, in plain English, the financial and legal ramifications of entering into a leasing agreement.
The book explains how to evaluate leases for 'unique' assets, such as aircraft, software, railroad equipment, etc, and provides negotiating tips and hints for those playing both sides of the game: the lessors and the lessees. It highlights the financial advantages of leasing equipment, and relates those benefits to company costs and cash flow.