The adage states, “A man is only as good as his tools.”
That’s especially true when you have a big job to do and a deadline is coming quickly. There’s equipment on the showroom floor that would help you achieve the task. The question is whether you should purchase, lease, or rent that equipment?
When snow flies this winter, make sure your fleet is prepared. With heavy snowfall comes the opportunity for expanding your business. Using the right Bobcat attachments, you can turn your Toolcat™ Utility Work Machine, mini track loader, skid-steer loader, compact track loader, small articulated loader or compact tractor into an excellent snow removal machine.
Most people think the Section 179 tax deduction is some mysterious or complicated tax code. It really isn’t and it can help you add new Bobcat equipment to your fleet. Of course, the equipment must be purchased and put into service before the ball drops in Times Square. We suggest you act quickly.
Neil Saunders, managing director of GlobalData Retail, told CNN that consumers may see shortages in backpacks, laptops, tablets, stationery, and sports equipment. The same could be true with Bobcats and other construction equipment. We at Summit Handling recommend that you plan ahead if you will be looking to purchase or lease a new Bobcat in within the next 12-18 months.