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A structured sale and leaseback transaction provides a firm with a number of benefits. It can structure the sale and leaseback as an off-balance sheet transaction, and as such benefit from the tax savings. Sale and leaseback is also a way of maintaining continuity of the firm’s business location while providing an equity release, which enables further investment in the business or a reduction in gearing.

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