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How will my overhead change if I lease equipment?

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Looking at leased equipment as adding another “employee” is a different way to look at your production costs. While doing that, you need to factor in the monthly expense of it, and how much more you will have to produce to pay the rent on that piece of equipment. If the volume is there, you can keep lease costs down to single-digit percentages. If you must stretch every month to pay off that new auto, think again.

   —Printavo

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Bruce Ackerman

Printavo

Bruce Ackerman is the founder and CEO of Printavo, a business he started in 2012 after growing a print shop in college.  Since that time, Printavo has grown to help shops all over the world get organized and streamlined. He previously held a position as the head of design for Avant. Ackerman also produces content for Printavo's blog, which covers topics of shop management and efficiency.

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