Order Now to Leverage Section 179 2021 Tax Deduction for Small Business Technology Investment

With 2021 going out surprisingly strong, owners of expanding businesses welcome the news of generous year-end tax deductions. With Section 179 2021 offering significant tax relief, small businesses can end the year with an investment in modernized technology to continue the growth in 2022. But, due to potential supply chain shortages, you should order now to complete the transaction before year end. Section 179 2021 Increased Deduction Limits The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which took effect in 2018, introduced some eye-popping adjustments to Section 179. Combined with bonus depreciation, they put more money into your business investment budget. These…

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Section 179 Deductions Power Technology Investments for Small Businesses

When December air turns frosty, children of all ages envision sleigh bells and a cornucopia of gifts. Business owners make their own wish lists. But instead of letters to Santa, they dream of year-end tax deductions. With Section 179 of the tax code offering more tax relief than ever, small businesses can make those dreams a reality with upgraded technology. Recent Changes Bring Business Benefits The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which took effect last year, introduced some key adjustments to Section 179 and bonus depreciation that put even more money back into the business budget. These changes include the…

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Section 179 Tax Deduction for Technology Investment Doubled for 2018

What if you could totally replace your network, servers, desktops, laptops, cyber-security and mobile devices at your company of 100 employees? And what if you could write off the entire cost of the investment this year? Well, you can if you take advantage of the Section 179 Tax Deduction. New Higher Limits That’s right. Thanks to the new $1,000,000 limit for the Section 179 tax deduction, you can increase productivity and secure your data now. Yes, even bring everyone up to speed on the latest technology while enjoying huge tax savings. The 2018 Deduction Limit is $1,000,000 up from $500,000…

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Grow Your Business with Section 179 Tax Deduction for Technology Investment

All of us are related. Yep, through our good old Uncle Sam. However, some business owners are not aware of a tax law that benefits everyone in the family. I’m talking about the Section 179 tax deduction, a law that can help small to midsize businesses grow. As allowed by Section 179, when you purchase tangible goods, including technology, you can write off the full value of the investment while gaining the immediate benefits of your purchase. Investing in the right technology adds up to a competitive edge. How it Works In brief, here is how it works. Purchase or…

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2016 Section 179 Tax Deduction Opens the Door to Substantial Technology Investment

This year 2016, small and mid-size businesses deduct up to 20X more in computers and software purchased using a much larger section 179 tax deduction If you have been putting off a substantial computer systems upgrade, 2016 is an excellent year to move forward. Yes, this is the year to begin enjoying the full benefits of modern technology. Because, the break you have been waiting for is here in the form of a greatly expanded Section 179 tax deduction. The “Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015” (PATH Act) became law on December, 18, 2015. The bill increased the Section…

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Business Conditioning: Smart Debt Builds Muscle

Athletes know the vital difference between “good pain” and “bad pain.” When your legs burn as you cycle up an insanely steep hill, or when you can hardly lift your arms to wash your hair after a good workout, you know that your muscles are growing stronger. When pain occurs in a joint rather than in a muscle, or when the pain shoots from one area to another, this indicates possible injury. Understanding when to work through pain and when to address it is critical. Likewise, the successful business owner understands the difference between good debt and bad debt. Good debt…

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