- Crest CapitalPresident, present
- Auburn UniversityAccountingBachelor of Science in Business Administration
- Beta Alpha PsiNational Accounting Honors Society
- Passed CPA ExamMay 1991
What makes an equipment finance rate? | The Lease Guy
I’d like to talk a little bit about rates today. Because, in a way, a rate, particularly on equipment financing, is the “price tag” of the d
“Equipment as Collateral” – Not always as good as you think | The Lease Guy
I was asked by a friend about equipment financing and collateral and such, and he remarked “well, your loan is secured by the equipment, rig
So, what should you look for in a financing partner? (part 3) | The Leas...
Happy New Year everyone!! Hope you had a great holiday season, and I hope you got your Section 179 deduction in as well (and if you didn’t,
So, what should you look for in a financing partner? (part 2) | The Leas...
All righty… let’s continue on with my “what you should look for in a finance partner” series. If you don’t know what I am talking about, see
So, what should you look for in a financing partner? (part 1) | The Leas...
My last post discussed lead aggregators and how they were now popping up when companies searched for a finance partner. And I offered the ad
Entering the Section 179 Homestretch | LeaseGuy | The Lease Guy
The Section 179 deduction is good only if you buy equipment, vehicles, and software into service by midnight, 12/31/2013. After that, you go
So, just how big is a “small” business? | The Lease Guy
Ok, in my last few posts, I talked about how equipment financing companies tend to advertise their “biggest” name clients, but in reality, m
Equipment financing companies and who they finance (part 2) | The Lease Guy
Ok, last time out I talked about Equipment Financing companies advertising that they do business with all kinds of large clients. And then I
Equipment financing companies and who they finance (part 1) | The Lease Guy
One thing I always pay attention to is equipment financing companies and their websites / marketing (both my own company’s website and the c
Let’s talk about companies offering credit (part 2) | The Lease Guy
My last post talked about how the world has changed in terms of not just how we use credit, but how easy it has become for anyone to offer c
Let’s talk about companies offering credit (part 1) | The Lease Guy
One thing that I really like about the internet is how easy it makes doing business (and offering equipment financing). Allow me a quick sto
What’s hot in equipment financing (Part 2) | The Lease Guy
Let’s continue on my “what’s hot (and not) in equipment financing” series. This is part 2 of the “hot” side (insert McDonald’s McDLT joke he
What’s hot in equipment financing (Part 1) | The Lease Guy
Every year or so, I explore what industries are hot (and not) in equipment financing. I actually find this very interesting, and people ask
Why Does My Dog . . . Walk in a Circle Before Lying Down?
Vetstreet asked a veterinary behaviorist to explain this curious tendency in dogs.
Credit Inquiries… why are they bad? ( part 1) | The Lease Guy
Let’s leave equipment financing alone for a bit and continue with our credit series. I had mentioned in my last credit post (about credit sc
The notebook vs. the computer – assessing credit risk | The Lease Guy
The other day, my computer crashed pretty hard. And between me frantically pushing keys and yelling at it, I thought “why do we even NEED th