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Want to Save Money on Equipment? Consider this Solution.

A marketplace matches cash-strapped startups with financing and leasing companies so they can build out their businesses.
Isaiah Stanback wants to build a gym big enough for entire teams. Source: Bobby Fisher

When entrepreneurs need new equipment for their business, they should ask a basic but challenging question: “How much can I afford -- both in dollars and the time spent financing all this?” A Burlington, Mass.-based company called LeaseQ attempts to change that equation, making

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