The Advantages of Leasing Equipment – an Overview

I’ve had leasing equipment on my mind lately.  Even though I’m quite schooled on the advantages of leasing equipment and I’ve spoken about it in this blog previously, I never really expressed just how flexible it is, and how it could help companies of any size, no matter their goals. I also never really got into the accounting… Read More »

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It’s Your Money, And You Should Keep More of It

As I write this, the biggest issue on the minds of businesspeople everywhere is “taxes”.  Of course, this argument has been going on for centuries (the USA was founded partly due to unhappiness with taxes), but there is a very valid point here. “Enough with the taxes” say small and mid-sized companies, and they’re right. Businesspeople, especially those… Read More »

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Fletch Predicts 2021

So here we are at my annual predictions post. Let’s forget the fact that 2020 was a terrible year for any early year predictions, and look forward to 2021. And I do see room for optimism.  But like always, let’s start out with the fun stuff: sports. As I type, the NFL playoffs are going on, and to… Read More »

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2021 – Resolving to Stay Flexible

I usually do a prediction post early in the year, and indeed, that’ll be coming. But I realized I never really do a New Year’s Resolutions post. Maybe that’s because I generally don’t make them – I don’t feel the magic turning of the calendar means a “new you” or whatnot.  But there is a change in the… Read More »

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Put 2020 in the Past, But Not Before Using Your Section 179 Deduction

Here we go – my final post for 2020. And what a year it’s been. I’m not going to rehash everything, because you went through it too.  Still, despite everything, we’re resilient here in the USA, and businesses moved forward as best we could. In that true American business spirit, many companies made shifts to better position themselves… Read More »

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