Category Archives: Small Business

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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 »

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 »

What is Better for Equipment Financing – Fixed Rates or Adjustable Rates?

We get asked this question all the time – “Are fixed rates better than adjustable rates for equipment financing?” And the short answer is an emphatic YES. Fixed rates are always superior for equipment financing and leasing.  The reasons are many, but the big one is stability. Knowing what your monthly payment is going to be for the… Read More »

Section 179 and Financing – Updated for Autumn 2020

We’re hitting the 4th quarter of the strangest year ever. Yes, 2020 has been a wild ride to say the least, but we’re still here (as are you). So let’s talk about something that’s also still here: Section 179 and equipment financing. I talk about this every year, because I get really excited about it. We’re in that… Read More »