You never forget your first time… (with Section 179)

I’ll never forget my first experience with Section 179. It was well over a decade ago, back before I started on the equipment financing path I’m now on. In fact, back then, I worked a variety of jobs as I figured out what to do with my life (my wife says I’m still figuring it out, but she’s… Read More »

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Equipment Lease Expiring? Some things to think about:

This post is for those who have leased equipment, and the lease term coming to an end… As we all know, the economy has had its ups and downs (mostly downs). Well, these ups and downs may affect companies who have leased equipment and the equipment lease term is coming to an end. Perhaps when they signed the… Read More »

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Some things to consider when choosing an equipment financing company.

Right now there’s a lull in economic news to write about, and I’ve already recently reminded you about Section 179, so we don’t need to revisit that for at least a few days. And since the home repairs, my life has gotten a little boring (going on a cruise soon, though, so I’ll be back with details.) So… Read More »

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Some good news, and a Section 179 reminder

We’ve heard some good economic news lately, like how the GDP fell quite a bit less than expected (which means we’re back on the way up), and the fact that stock market continues to hold its own. This pleases me to read, because like everyone else, I just get sick and tired of dire economic news. There is… Read More »

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Equipment Leasing and Paying Taxes (or else…)

This post is about equipment finances and taxes, but it’s probably not in the way you think. See, usually when I write about something like this, it’s about the tax advantages of leasing equipment, or maybe about leasing tax write offs, or some other issue about taxes and leasing. But not this time – this is a little… Read More »

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