Category Archives: Tax “Advice”

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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 »

Fletch’s Holiday 2012 Wish List

The holidays are here, and here’s my wish list for 2012: I wish for a better 2013 in terms of the economy. Listen, I know things have been rough, and I know some people think we’re slowly recovering, but the fact is, for many companies, business is fairly stagnant. I really would like to see a better 2013… Read More »

Reason #8 why an equipment financing company is better than a bank: Accounting and Tax – Your accountant will love us

I want to continue forward in our series of why an equipment finance company is better than a bank. But first, I want to talk about Mel. Mel was a guy I knew at one of my old jobs way back when. In fact, Mel was the head of accounting. I was in purchasing or something like that… Read More »

The year is half done – let’s talk Section 179 again

At the risk of bugging you about it, we have to discuss Section 179 again, because I think it’s really important. Not that you haven’t noticed, but the cold weather is long gone, and we’re on the brink of summer. In short, the year is half over already. Have you thought about Section 179 yet? Because you really… Read More »

It’s tax time – did you take advantage of Section 179?

You know I can’t go more than 3 or 4 posts before I mention Section 179. And being that we’re right smack into the height of tax season, I figured now would be a great time. So how did you do? You saved a bundle, I hope. Because last year was a GREAT year for Section 179. The… Read More »