Yard Ramp Financing to Help Your Business
We offer three partner options for the financing of your equipment. All three have simple applications and can quickly determine your financing request.
Note that The Yard Ramp Guy does not endorse one company over another. We simply offer these three options as a courtesy to our customers.
ACG Equipment Finance
- $5,000.00 to $5,000,000
- Fast & Easy Process
- 30 Years in Business
- $1 Billion Funded
- 50K Businesses Served
- 3 or 6 Month Deferred Payment Plan
- Fast Credit Decisions for Most Transactions
- Broad Terms
- 3 Flexible Payment Options
- $6 Billion Funded
- $5,000 to $500,000
- Fast Decisions, Access to Same-Day Funding
- One Simple Application, No Credit Inquiry Hit
- No Financial Statement up to $250K
- Fixed Terms & No Yearly Re-Qualification
Optimize Your Workflow and Improve Your Tax Scenario
If cash on hand is a challenge for your business operations, we offer a yard ramp financing option, with attractive and reasonable terms. Among that benefits that financing provides:
•You gain immediate use of a yard ramp from our quality inventory. meeting your specifications and requirements.
• Greater flexibility and fewer restrictions than typical bank loans.
• With a payment plan, your ledger can better absorb the cost of a yard ramp over time. Keep more of your cash in house for working capital.
• Tax advantages (especially the Section 179 deduction): In most situations, you'll be able to deduct the full cost of a yard ramp as a business expense.
The process to qualify for and secure financing couldn't be easier.
Buy a Yard Ramp Right Now & Take a Full Section 179 Deduction for This Year!
The U.S. federal tax code includes the Section 179 deduction.
“Essentially, Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software purchased or financed during the tax year. That means that if you buy (or lease) a piece of qualifying equipment, you can deduct the FULL PURCHASE PRICE from your gross income.”
Our understanding is that this includes financing your equipment. As we read the information: you must obtain the equipment and put it into service by the last day of the calendar year in order for the deduction to qualify.
This includes “property attached to your building that is not a structural component of the building (i.e.: a printing press, large manufacturing tools and equipment).” Which would apply to a yard ramp.
Even more good news: The IRS has raised the cap on the Section 179 deduction to $1,040,000 for 2020.
Also, you must use the equipment for business purposes more than 50% of the time. (So, bring the time using your yard ramp as a buffet table down to 49%, and you should be in pretty good shape.)
Note that we are quality yard ramp experts and definitely not tax experts or advisers. We strongly recommend you share this information with your CFO and/or accountant.
Still, we are keenly interested in helping you optimize both your business operations and your financial operations. And the Section 179 Deduction looks like an excellent tax incentive.
Click HERE for detailed information on the Section 179 Tax Deduction.