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Flexirent coffee bribes for small biz

05 Jul 2010

For those small businesses that haven’t already started to rent or lease their computer equipment, one of the key finance providers now has an additional incentive.

Each customer that applies for a Flexirent operating lease before the end of August can get a bonus Breville Cafe Roma coffee machine at no additional charge. This is on top of the existing tax advantages of an operating lease, which allows each payment to be fully tax deductible.

So if you are in the market for a new laptop or other technology for your small business, call Flexirent today on 0800 444 827 to start the application process.

The key conditions:

1) The transaction must be signed between 1/7/10 - 31/08/10 and settled before 24/09/10.

2) You must quote “Startup” when making the application

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