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The Section 179 Bomb

Ok, the dust has settled, the holidays are over, and I have some time to discuss Section 179. As I mentioned in a post a few weeks ago, Section 179 got a big boost from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. But I felt like I had to write about all of the major business aspects of the… Read More »

Business Implications of The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

H.R.1, aka the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed, and it means some sweeping changes for businesses. Now I’m not going to comment on the other aspects of the bill, like Health Care, bracket changes for individuals, how much it means to a family of four, and similar. You can find strong opinions on that everywhere online, with… Read More »

Last Call for Section 179 for 2017

This will be my last post for 2017. And besides wishing you all a great Holiday season and New Year, I also want to point out that the time for using Section 179 for 2017 is growing short. If you want the Section 179 deduction for 2017, you have until midnight, 12/31/2017 to buy and have the equipment… Read More »

Why November is a Great Time to Finance Equipment

We’re 11 months into our “which is the best month to finance equipment” series, which means we’re into November. And yes, it’s a great time to finance equipment. I’ll give you one guess as to why (and it has nothing to do with Thanksgiving, although Turkey, Potatoes, and Gravy never hurt anything). Yup, it’s our old friend Section… Read More »

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 »