Get moving on Section 179

  If you’ve read here at all this year, you know that I champion businesses taking advantage of the Section 179 tax deduction. And here in the final few weeks of 2008, I’m going to champion it some more, because there’s scant time left for you to take advantage of this deduction for the current tax year. See,… Read More »

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Good Debt vs Bad Debt

Being that I work in equipment finance, I need to clear a little something up in regards to debt: Regardless of what you hear on the TV and such, debt is not evil, debt is not bad, and debt is not responsible for the economic slowdown. At least not good debt. What’s the difference you ask? Well, it’s… Read More »

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So, do you guys still finance equipment in this economic climate?

  Obviously, the economy has been in the news quite a bit lately, and regardless of the perceived solution, one thing seems to be certain, credit will be harder to obtain. This leads to people wondering if their friendly equipment financing company will still finance equipment for them. I’m here to tell you the answer is most likely… Read More »

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The Latest Specialized Vehicles and Equipment of the U.S. Military

To equip the troops to be adequately prepared for the conditions and attacks of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the U.S. military demands enormous resources – including cutting edge equipment and vehicles.  The manufacturing of much of this equipment requiring specialized technology is outsourced to various U.S. corporations that specialize in weaponry and equipment, such as General… Read More »

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The Most Controversial Tax Codes

If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that there’s nothing we can all agree on, and nowhere is this as true as when we talk about taxes. Are tax cuts good? Bad? Should we make it easier for cash-strapped folks to buy houses, or harder for them to spend money they don’t have? The following… Read More »

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