Tag Archives: equipment

Last Call for Section 179 for 2017

This will be my last post for 2017. And besides wishing you all a great Holiday season and New Year, I also want to point out that the time for using Section 179 for 2017 is growing short. If you want the Section 179 deduction for 2017, you have until midnight, 12/31/2017 to buy and have the equipment… Read More »

You Still Have Time for Section 179

Here it is, the last call for Section 179. As long as you buy the equipment and put it into service by midnight 12/31/2016, you’re in for that fat Section 179 deduction for 2016. As you likely know, the Section 179 Deduction was raised to $500,000. And it’s generally good for most capital equipment. This means for most… 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 »

Fletch Forecast

Happy New Year everyone. And for my first post of 2009, I will present my fearless predictions for the economy / government / and various sports teams (so I’m not perceived as a complete and total egghead.) So without further ado, here is the 2009 “Fletch Forecast”: 2009 will be tough for many folks. There is no way… Read More »

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 »