Category Archives: Tax “Advice”

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Section 179 for 2015

Happy New Year, everyone! Whew, that was some end to 2014, wasn’t it? But before we take a look at Section 179 for 2015, let’s recap 2014 a bit in regards to our favorite small business tax deduction. For most of the year, Section 179 sat at a maximum deduction of $25,000. I posted about it several times,… Read More »

Holiday Poem

Let’s do a little poem for the holidays… Twas a night in December In an office on a hill Where the executives all gathered With their accountant named Bill “Your taxes are too high” Said Bill with a frown We have nothing to claim To bring the number down “But what can we do?” The executive VP did… Read More »

All quiet on the Section 179 front

Long time readers are probably wondering when I am going to mention Section 179 again (there’s an office pool here too). Well, your wait is over. Today’s the day. I wish I had huge news that Section 179 got a sweet increase, but I don’t. So far, nothing has happened in regards to Section 179. The limits are… Read More »

Last Call for Section 179

Here we are, right at the end of December. And besides the holidays and presents and eggnog and such, we have my favorite year-end event – Section 179. While other companies slow down for the holidays, equipment financing companies always see a little year-end spike as folks try and take advantage of the generous tax code. (…on that… Read More »

Section 179 and Equipment Financing (a marriage made in heaven)

I’ve talked about the beautiful combination of Equipment Financing and Section 179 previously in my blog, but to save you the trouble of searching, I’d just as soon write about it again. Truthfully, just thinking about this make my heart go pitter-patter (they say in springtime, a young man’s fancy turns to love. But in my world, a… Read More »