We are pleased to offer you the following forms. Select the type of form you need by clicking on the appropriate link, print the form, sign where indicated and return the original to us at Lawson. The PDF version is preferred.
|Frame Re-Stretch Form:||Printable PDF Version|
|Credit Card Authorization:||Printable PDF Version|
|Equipment Leasing:||Online Form|
|Company Check COD:||Printable PDF Version | Online Form|
|Basic Account Information Form:||Printable PDF Version|
|General Support Question Form:||Online Form|
Sales Tax Exemption Forms
Lawson requires a Certificate of Exemption on file for your organization when goods are delivered to any of the following states. Otherwise, we will be obliged by law to collect sales tax for the state in which the goods are delivered. Please fill out the appropriate form and fax it to Lawson at (314) 382-3012.
|Missouri:||Form 149 Sales/Use Tax Exemption Certificate|
|Illinois:||Form ST-587 Equipment Exemption Certificate
Form CRT-61 Certificate of Resale
|Georgia:||Form ST-5 Sales & Use Tax Exemption Certificate|
SAVE MONEY ON YOUR TAXES! What is Section 179?
Section 179 is a great way to accelerate your tax benefits. Under Section 179, you can expense 100% of the cost of equipment acquired in 2012 up to $125,000. Depending on your tax bracket, you can save a portion of that equipment cost in tax savings. To take advantage of Section 179, we can structure your lease with a PUT (Purchase Upon Termination) option at the end of the term, such as $1, or a larger pre-defined amount such as 10% or 20%. At the end of term, equipment must be purchased or the lease renewed to be eligible for this deduction (equipment cannot be returned).
fill out the online form here.
Here is an Example: $45,000 worth of equipment:
60 month lease with FMV 10% purchase option - $985/month
Amount deducted under Section 179 - $45,000
Projected 2012 tax savings (assuming 35% tax bracket) - $15,750.00
* All examples provided are for illustrative purposes only. Actual numbers will vary based on credit & individual financial situations. Geneva Capital LLC recommends each customer review their own unique situation with their tax advisor. All transactions are subject to equipment & credit approval.