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For example, you lease a new car for three years. The net capitalized cost = $26,000 - $1,000 - $3,000 = $22,000. The residual value = $30,000 x 55% = $16,500. The number of monthly payments = 3 years x 12 months/year = 36.
Step 1: Create your table with headers. Step 2: Enter the correct numbers in the Period column. Step 3: Insert the PV function. Step 4: Enter the Rate, Nper Pmt and Fv. Step 5: Sum the Present Value column.
Identify the number of the monthly payments on the lease. Then subtract the residual value from the net capitalized cost. Divide the resulting number by the number of payments. The result is the depreciation portion of the lease payment. For example, you lease a new car for three years.
A $30,000 vehicle with a 65 percent residual would have a base monthly payment of $292 before taxes, interest and fees. Choosing the vehicle with the higher residual percentage would net a savings of more than $200 per month for a vehicle with the same selling price.
Determine Interest Paid In the aforementioned example, it would be $400 divided by 2, or $200 paid in interest per year. Divide the amount financed by the finance charge per year to receive the interest rate percentage of the capital lease. In the example, $2,000 divided by 200 gives you an interest rate of 10 percent.
Use the equation associated with calculating equipment lease payments. Payment = Present Value - (Future Value / ( ( 1 + i ) ^n) / [ 1- (1 / (1 +i ) ^ n ) ] / i. In this equation, "i" represent the interest rate as a monthly decimal. Convert the interest rate to a monthly decimal.
Accounting Treatment: Capital Lease vs Operating Lease Lease payments are considered operating expenses and are expensed on the income statement. The firm does not own the asset and, therefore, it does not show up on the balance sheet and the firm does not assess any depreciation.
L = The annual payment required by the lease agreement. I = The interest charge for the period. P = The principal reduction is the lease payment less the interest charge. C = This is the present value of lease payments minus the amount of the principal reduction.
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