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 What is Section 179?

Section 179 of the IRS Code was enacted to help small businesses by allowing them to take a depreciation deduction for certain assets (capital expenditures) in the SAME YEAR they are purchased.  No having to wait to depreciate them over a longer period of time.

There is a clear benefit to taking the full deduction for the cost of the item immediately, rather than being required to spread out the deduction over the item’s useful life.  If your business is successful 

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Program Details

  • The deduction limit for Section 179 is $500,000 – if you finance or lease a piece of equipment, you can deduct the full purchase price up to $500,000.
  • The 2017 Section 179 deduction threshold for total amount of equipment that can be purchased is $2,000,000.
  • 50% bonus depreciation was reinstated for the tax year 2016 and extended through 2019: for equipment purchases over $500,000, you can deduct an additional 50% of the amount over $500,000.

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Talk to your trusted tax professional to determine the benefits of section 179 may have for your business. Each business is a unique and your specific tax benefits may vary.

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