Take Advantage Of Section 179 When Purchasing New Equipment

Published Sep 30, 2019 Michael Mroczek

By claiming Section 179’s upfront tax deduction for the cost of your equipment, your company can reduce its overall equipment costs. According to the IRS tax code for Section 179, it allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment purchased or financed during the 2019 fiscal tax year.
To break it down into layman’s terms, if you buy or lease a piece of equipment and put it into service this year, you can deduct its full purchase price from your income on this year’s tax return. You get the entire deduction now, instead of small deductions over the equipment’s life span through depreciation.

This tax benefit is an opportunity that all companies should take advantage of to reduce equipment costs. It’s perfect for small to medium sized companies that purchase equipment between $2,000 to $2,500,000. Once the $2,500,000 threshold is reached, the deduction decreases on a dollar for dollar basis. The benefit varies from year to year so act fast before its too late. Ask your tax professional how Section 179 can save you money on your glass transportation equipment purchases.

*We are not tax professionals. Please discuss section 179 with your tax professional before making any equipment purchase decisions.

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