What is the difference between leasing or renting a car? The line between leasing and renting is rather blurred. Leasing is generally considered "financing", renting as "renting". Our employee Luc will be happy to tell you more about it below:
With renting, the leasing company is not only the legal owner but also the economic owner. The costs are recorded as operating expenses in the income statement.
The purchase option is a minimum of 16%.
With leasing, the leasing company is only the legal owner. For you, the company car is seen as an investment. This increases your debts and balance sheet total.
The purchase option is a maximum of 15%.
Fun fact: besides being a customer manager at Van Den Neste as a car enthusiast, Luc is also responsible for managing our fleet.
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