Scenario

Health resources are finite. Therefore, it is incumbent on all health organizations to exercise responsible fiscal decision making when allocating their financial resources.

As the senior cost analyst for a local, nonprofit hospital, you are charged with determining the most appropriate use of financial resources and making recommendations. Your organization is seeking to secure a new CT Scan unit for the expanded emergency department. The hospital has the option of leasing the equipment or purchasing the equipment.

The cost to purchase the CT scan is $1,300,000 at 10% (PV), with straight line depreciation over 5 years. The trade-in value $130,000 at the end of its useful life. The maintenance expense equals $12,000 annually.

The cost to lease the equipment is $26,000 per month for a period of 60 months, which includes all maintenance costs. The tables below provide the financial overview of the purchase and lease costs.

Purchase

Purchase table

Lease

Lease table

Instructions

In a written case analysis, use the figures provided in the tables to discuss the following:

  • Compare and contrast leasing versus purchasing. You may use the Rasmussen library to research articles addressing lease versus purchase decisions in order to support your assertions.
  • Calculate the figures relative to the principal payment, interest payment, maintenance expense, total expense, and PV expense and complete the tables attached in document as pictured above. 
  • Provide a detailed explanation of the costs associated with leasing the equipment as depicted in the table.
  • Provide a detailed explanation of the costs associated with purchasing the equipment as depicted in the table.
  • Discuss the potential tax implications of leasing the equipment, assuming that the organization is a nonprofit.
  • Discuss the potential tax implications of purchasing the equipment, assuming that the organization is a nonprofit.
  • Recommend a course of action and the implications that your recommendation may have for the organization.
  • APA 7th edition -references 2018-2022 only
  • Use attached document or research your own resources

Rubric:

-Clear and thorough discussion comparing and contrasting leasing versus purchasing. Includes multiple examples to support assertions.

-Clear and thorough calculations of the figures relative to the principal payment, interest payment, maintenance expense, total expense, and PV expense.

-Clear and thorough explanation of the costs associated with leasing the equipment as depicted in the tables.

-Clear and thorough explanation of the costs associated with purchasing the equipment as depicted in the tables.

-Clear and thorough discussion on the potential tax implications of leasing the equipment.

-Clear and thorough discussion on the potential tax implications of purchasing the equipment.

 -Comprehensive recommendations for a course of action and the implications that the recommendation may have for the organization.

 

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t’s a universal issue that transcends any type

of business or project. Let’s say you’re put-

ting in a raised patio deck on your house.

Doing this will probably entail sinking a lot of

holes in the ground for support posts. If your

yard just happens to have soft, loamy soil,

you could simply dig them manually, but if

the earth is rocky or you have a lot of posts to

sink, laying down $50 for a half-day rental of a

power auger will get the job off to a quick start

— and probably save your back as well. Now

you could just plunk down $1,500 and buy and

auger, but honestly, when are you going to use

something like that again? And where will you

store this beast before your next “need an au-

ger” project?

Ironically, the same applies to church

sound. And with the upcoming Lent and Easter

seasons approaching, a common issue for the

church technical director is deciding whether

to buy or rent equipment for special services.

When you’re in need of additional equipment

for a special set of services, should you rent the

equipment you need, should you buy it out-

right, or should you do a bit of each? My first

inclination has always been to “buy, buy, buy,”

but when you take a step back, buying is not

always the best option in the long term. Carry-

ing an inventory of expensive technical equip-

ment costs money in maintenance and limits

your long-term flexibility.

You must consider the duration of any po-

tential rentals. Do you simply need gear for

Easter weekend, or do you need it the entire

week leading up to Easter, and maybe even

the weekend before? How long will it take to

integrate rental equipment into your existing

systems? The longer your rental duration, the

higher your rental costs, which might tip the

scales in favor of buying.

›› First, Check Your Budget

The decision of whether to buy or rent

comes down to your church’s individual finan-

cial situation. If your budget is structured as a

capital budget, where the money is earmarked

for purchasing new equipment, buying might

be your best (or only) option. However, if your

budget is structured as an operating budget,

equipment rentals might be more attractive.

My own experience at churches is that the tech

budget’s intended usage is not always clear. If

you query five people about how your budget

should to be used, you’ll get five different an-

swers. Clarifying how your budget is the first

step to making these types of decisions. Let’s

look at some areas where churches struggle

with the question of whether to rent or buy.

Here we’re focused on audio gear, but video

and lighting have similar considerations.

›› The Wireless Issue

Thankfully, we’re past the 600/700 MHz FCC

issues, but the reality is that churches typical-

ly, need to augment their available wireless

mics and in-ear monitors for special services.

Integrating additional wireless is always a chal-

lenge because you need the audio I/O capaci-

ty, the antenna distribution, and the ability to

have the additional systems coordinated with

any existing wireless on your campus. Unless

you are absolutely certain that you’ll be using

new wireless systems on a regular basis, this is

probably better rented than purchased. You

don’t want to be sitting on a large inventory of

unused wireless systems, and putting off ma-

jor RF purchasing decisions until it’s absolutely

necessary may be a good idea.

One issue that may affect you is mics for

wireless. I have a large inventory of headsets

and lavaliers that lie dormant for much of the

year. In the summer, we typically do a theat-

rical production that uses every last headset

and lav we have available. During Lent and

Advent, half of our inventory might be in use

across multiple venues, but the rest of the year,

they sit in plastic storage bins. These types of

mics also happen to have high maintenance

costs and are difficult to manage. Meanwhile,

little pieces like wireless adapters that are ex-

pensive and easily lost or broken. The moral of

the story is, unless you’ve got a use for a bunch

of bodypacks, headsets and lavs (and the bud-

get to maintain and repair them), rent these as

much as possible for special events.

›› More Inputs, Please

Some of us have the luxury of scaling our

digital console’s I/O up and down depending

on our needs at any given time. I can remem-

ber several years of submixing orchestra in-

puts on a second console and busing stems

into my main console for Christmas concerts.

Thankfully those days are gone. Even modest

digital consoles can add remote I/O via Cat-

5e, coax or fiber. This is where things can get

tricky, because the cost of renting stage racks

is rather high. If you find yourself needing to

rent additional I/O two or three times a year,

it is probably smart to consider buying. If you

have the means, buy a card-based modular I/O

rack. That way, as your needs grow, you can

add input or output cards to your system, usu-

ally in increments of eight channels per card.

›› Comunications

Larger productions require more intercom

in more locations, and sometimes require

wireless intercom that you may not already

own. The first consideration is to look at your

existing intercom inventory. Is your intercom

system a party line system or a matrix? Do you

need party line or point-to-point communica-

tion? I’d venture to guess that the vast majority

of churches use party line intercom systems,

with only the largest, most high-tech churches

using an intercom matrix. If you have a party

line system, it would be advisable to stay in the

party line world and add additional beltpacks

or user stations as needed. If you’ve got an

intercom matrix, renting keypanels is a viable

solution if you have the wiring infrastructure

to support them. And in either case, if you

need to add wireless intercom, it can be inte-

grated easily into a party line or matrix system

if you have the capacity to do so.

›› The Decision

I’ve always been the type of person that

wants to buy everything, and always viewed

renting as a “waste of money.” However, when

you consider the cost of ownership for the

gear we use, things aren’t quite as clear. Take a

close look at your church’s needs before mak-

ing these types of decisions for your big pro-

ductions.

Vince Lepore is the director of event technical

operations at Full Sail University. Contact him at

[email protected]

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Leasing versus buying your next vehicle.
If you are in the market for a new or pre-owned vehicle, a key decision will be whether to buy or lease.
Car buyers should understand the differences, as there are pros and cons for each option.

Let’s compare leasing versus buying so that you can make a wise decision about your next vehicle
purchase.

People choose financing over leasing for a variety of reasons: they plan to keep their vehicles longer
than five years; they are not concerned about the cost of repairs after the factory warranty expires; their
cash flow is not a concern; the status of driving a new car is irrelevant; or they have cash on hand to
cover the finance price, including taxes.

Let’s say Ted wants to purchase a $33,000 (plus tax) vehicle and paying cash is not an option. In this
case, Ted would apply for a loan to purchase the vehicle, which would need to be repaid in full (along
with interest costs). Ted can choose dealer-arranged financing or he can deal directly with a bank or
lending institution.

In this scenario, Ted will be required to pay the HST up front, which increases the amount borrowed and
total interest he will pay. In effect, Ted is paying full taxes on the vehicle in advance, rather than over
time through monthly payments.

On the other hand, with a leased vehicle worth $33,000, Ted would only pay for the portion of the
vehicle that he is using and the not the balance or residual value of the vehicle after the term of the
lease, usually three or four years.

Let’s assume the residual value is $16,000 after three years based on normal wear and tear. In this
case, Ted would only be making payments on the $17,000 difference (plus interest, profit and HST).
These monthly “lease” payments would be lower than a regular monthly “finance” payment.

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Standard lease agreements are based on driving roughly 24,000 kilometres per year, and agreements
can be written that allow for additional kilometres. Items included in a standard lease agreement include
monthly payment obligation, warranty details, maintenance expenses, insurance requirements, number
of kilometres permitted and any penalties associated with excessive wear and tear and/or damage.

If you drive considerably more than 30,000 kilometres per year, then financing the vehicle may be a
better financial option.

One type of lease arrangement worth considering is the prepaid option. With prepaid leases, the lessee
pays the total lease payment obligation up front with the benefit of a reduced interest rate, thereby
saving hundreds (or thousands) in interest costs, and you only pay taxes on the lease portion and not
on the residual amount unless you purchase the vehicle at the end.

A prepaid lease is also easier for those who may not otherwise qualify for leasing (i.e., someone who is
new to the country or who has poor credit history).

The financing versus leasing issue is of particular concern to seniors. Many seniors are hesitant to
commit to a long-term financing or lease agreement based on their personal circumstances.

For seniors, two- and three-year auto leases are available, which are quite popular with our customers.
The benefits of shorter-term leases include less monthly and overall financial commitment during the
ownership period, warranty considerations, more safety features on a newer model and less worry
about exceeding kilometre limits, because seniors tend to put on fewer kilometres in retirement than
they did during their working years.

Leasing is an attractive option for many consumers, but it is not necessarily the right option for
everyone. Interest rates can differ between leasing and financing, so compare the total cost of both
before deciding.

Any sales and leasing consultant at any registered new car dealership would be happy to provide you
with a leasing versus purchasing price comparison based on your financial circumstances and driving
requirements.

This column represents the views and values of the TADA. Write to [email protected] or go to tada.ca.
Cliff Lafreniere is president of the Trillium Automobile Dealers Association and is president of Pinewood
Park Motors (Ford) in Kirkland Lake. For information about automotive trends and careers, visit
carsandjobs.com.

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Difference Between Lease vs Buy

What would you do when you’re confused between a lease or buy. Leasing gives you the option of

immediately owning the asset without putting in too much money. Buying, on the other hand,

allows you to have ownership of the asset. Let’s understand the difference between Lease vs Buy.

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Leasing will allow you an option to immediately get hold of the asset you want to use without

paying a hefty amount. It’s like buying a phone. And for leasing, you would pay lesser money for

the asset per month than if you would have bought the asset. In leasing, you would receive

another bene�t. You would also be able to save taxes (depending on the place you’re located at ).

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Buying will allow you to own the asset. If you take a loan from the bank, a bank will own the asset

until the amount is paid off. But for buying an asset, you need to pay more per month than if you

would have leased the asset. Buying an asset also allows you to pay less insurance premium than

leasing an asset.

So, what would you do?

It depends on the need you have as of now.

If you feel that you need to use the asset for a limited period (i.e. 3 months to 6 months, or even a

year), you should go for leasing. Leasing will allow you to pay less, use the asset as long as you

would like, and then you can return the asset to the respective owner. Leasing will allow you not to

get involved in long-term loan payments and you will be able to save a lot of time and effort.

On the other hand, if you feel the asset has long-term value to you and you may use it for your

business for an inde�nite period of time, buying would be the ideal situation. You would be able to

own the asset immediately and whenever you will pay off the loan, it would be completely yours.

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Both Lease vs Buy  are popular choices in the market; let us discuss some of the major Differences

Between Lease vs Buy :

Leasing allows you to pay less and get all the bene�ts of buying (most of). Buying allows you

to take ownership but at a hefty cost.

Leasing doesn’t need any down payment (or need a lower down payment ). Buying needs

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10-20% of immediate down payment.

When you lease, you need to pay less amount per month as an amount for leasing the asset.

When you buy, you need to pay a handsome amount to the bank before you pay off the

entire amount of the loan.

Leasing is best when you need the asset for a limited time. Buying is best when you feel you

want to own an asset for long term.

The main differences between Lease vs Buy are as follows –

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Meaning Leasing allows you to use the

asset immediately without

paying a hefty amount upfront.

Buying allows you to own the

asset not only for immediate

need but also for a long-term

purpose.

Amount per month Usually lower. Usually higher.

The matter of selling Once your lease is over, you

don’t need to worry about

selling the asset. You simply

return the asset to the dealer.

If you don’t like the asset after

the purchase, you need to �nd a

new buyer to sell off the asset.

Tax savings In leasing, you would be able

to save more taxes.

In buying, you would be able to

save fewer taxes (there can be

an exception).

Insurance premium You need to pay more

insurance premium in the case

of leasing.

You need to pay less insurance

premium in the case of leasing.

Down payment Downpayment in terms of

leasing is quite low. In

advertised leases, there’s

nothing due to getting the

lease (meaning no down

payment ).

You need to pay a down

payment of 10%-20% of the

asset immediately.

Long-term Loan There’s no question of a long-

term loan.

In a normal scenario, you need

to take a long-term loan from

the bank/�nancial institution.

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business and think that owning an asset will serve you more than the cost, you can go ahead and

buy the asset.

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