Category Archives: Small Business

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Let’s Talk Section 179 Again

It’s been awhile since I posted about Section 179, so let’s discuss this thoroughly awesome tax deduction. It’s the time of year when you should start thinking hard about Section 179 – especially if you haven’t bought any qualifying equipment yet. That’s because congress raised Section 179’s deduction to a robust $500,000. This means you can buy equipment… Read More »

Why September is a Great Time to Finance Equipment

If you’ve read all of these “monthly” equipment financing posts, you already know that I think any time is a good time to finance equipment. But each month does have its strong points, so let’s take a look at why September is a great month to finance equipment. Let’s start with this being the last month of the… Read More »

Why Financing Heavy Equipment Matters

New and used heavy equipment financing is one of the more popular uses of equipment financing in general. In fact, not a day goes by that I don’t get asked about leasing a bulldozer or financing a backhoe or similar. There are several good reasons for this. The first is the fact that it makes good economic sense… Read More »

Why August is a Great Time to Finance Equipment

We’re now into August, and I’m starting to think that this series might have been better titled “what quarter is best to finance equipment” or “is it better to finance equipment in the fourth quarter or the first?” The reason for that is many of the months don’t change all that much when viewed back to back. In… Read More »

Why Financing 3D Printers Matters

I mentioned in a previous post about how a 3D printer made a small, obscure part for a friend of mine. Then I said, almost jokingly, how I did notice more and more companies buying 3D printers, and I should do a post about it. Well, here it is. I want to start by going back a bunch… Read More »