RFT Financial Services

Jumpstart Your RFT Solution with Financial Services!

  • Finance 100% of the equipment cost including soft costs such as Software, Installation, and Training
  • Standard terms range from 24 to 60 months
  • End of Term options: $1 buyout
  • Capital structures may allow you to take advantage of the Section 179 deduction and write-off your entire equipment purchase over one year instead of over the next several years

Custom Payment Options

  • We offer Deferred Payments, Step Payments, and Seasonal Payment structures
  • We offer monthly and quarterly billy cycles

90 Days of No Payments

Signed and completed credit applictions must be received by December 31, 2021 

How it Works

step 1 in the financing

Proposal & Credit Application

RFT generates equipment proposal and financing quote to customer.

Customer signs proposal and returns to RFT Financial Services with complete credit application

step 2 in the financing

Credit Decision & Documents

RFT Financial Services reviews credit application and a decision is made between 4 hours and 3 business days depending on the Total Contract Value.

Financing documents are issued to customer within 24 hours of credit approval

step 3 in the financing

Equipment Delivery

Delivery is scheduled after signed and completed document package is returned to RFT Financial Services.

step 4 in the financing

Financing

Financing commences upon customer’s delivery and acceptance of the equipment.

Resources

Benefits of Financing Your Next Equipment Purchase

Explore how financing your equipment can help you acquire equipment now, preserve cash

Take Advantage of the 2021 Tax Benefits

Learn about Section 179 and the 2021 tax benefits of leasing your equipment with RFT

RFT does not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction. For example, entities that are not-for-profit are ineligible for these benefits.