Learn best practices for your real estate and equipment leasing programs by downloading our educational leasing guides and eBooks. Designed for leasing beginners as well as experienced professionals, these leasing guides offer our experts’ opinions on topics ranging from equipment financing to the new lease accounting standards.
Day One Compliance – Lease Accounting Guides
Day Two and Beyond – Lease Accounting Guides
Maintaining Lease Accounting Data
20 Events You Will Need to Track
Learn how to ensure your lease accounting system is kept current with the most accurate and complete information on day two and beyond.
15 Ways to Prepare for Your Audit
Prepare for your lease accounting audit by learning how to ensure that you have a complete population of leases across the enterprise.
Four Reasons to Involve
Procurement in Lease Accounting
Learn how Procurement can help accounting teams to identify new leases, track lease renewals, and automate the collection of the necessary data fields.
Automating Lease Accounting
The Six Cost Savings Opportunities
Understand the potential cost savings opportunities resulting from automation of lease classification and financial reporting.
Real Estate Lease Accounting and Administration Guides
Lease and Non-Lease Components
For Real Estate Leases
Understand how the common costs of real estate leases are categorized and valued, as well as the available practice expedient to not separate components.
Real Estate versus Equipment
The Similarities and Differences
Understand the differences in organizational models, business process maturity, and enterprise systems for real estate leases and equipment leases.
Cost Savings Opportunities
With Real Estate Lease Administration
Topics include uncollected subtenant rent, overdue security deposits, forfeited tenant allowances, and missed renewal dates.
Equipment Lease Management Guides
Critical Success Factors
15 Best Practices for Lessees
Learn how to standardize your lease versus buy analysis, how to competitively source financing, and how to proactively manage your end of term.