Seasonal Billing

by Jim Peplinski   Posted on Friday, January 8, 2021

At Jim Peplinski Leasing, our goal is to be your leasing partner, working with you to find solutions that fit for your business. We understand that not all companies have steady cashflow year-round, especially in recent times. That’s why we offer seasonal billing to make life just a little bit easier on our customers. What is seasonal billing and how can it help your bottom line?

“Pay When You Earn” Scheduling

Flexibility is the real benefit of seasonal billing. With Jim Peplinski Leasing, we can manage your payments to match up with your cashflow. Many businesses don’t have the luxury of level or even increased sales throughout the year. For example, think about companies who do oil & gas extraction, landscaping companies with seasonal work, summer or winter resorts, and agriculturally based businesses, just to name a few.

Seasonal billing plans are a great solution and can make the difference between months in the red or staying in the black. We can lower your contract payments during your off season to help you get through the leaner times, then raise them to a higher payment level during your peak season, when cash is flowing more readily. You pay the same amount in the end but save your larger payments for when your trucks are actually moving.

Distinct Advantage over Working with a Dealer

At Jim Peplinski Leasing, we are invested in a long-term relationship with every single one of our customers. That’s why finding customized solutions is so important to us…because we genuinely care about helping your business succeed. If your company has a seasonal/predictable sales cycle, we would rather you pay for your new trucks at a time when it is able to pay for itself. With our flexible seasonal billing, you can focus more time on your business, and less time worrying about how to make unmanageable payments.

In the end, everyone wins. And that’s what matters to us…because we are more than just your service provider; we like to think of ourselves as your leasing partner.

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