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Should Your Business Buy Or Lease Needed Equipment

There’s always a buzz around installing a new piece of equipment at work. Whether it is a $100 coffee maker in the break room or a $100,000 assembly machine on the factory floor, people get excited. And while both should hopefully make a positive difference, it is only the larger piece that can decipher whether your business succeeds or fails.
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