Combine Crest Capital's 'Section 179 Qualified Financing' with your tax deduction to literally add thousands of "bottom line" dollars to your bank account. Take full advantage of Section 179 with this free report.
The Section 179 Tax Deduction means it's advantageous to purchase new or used equipment, vehicles, and/or software for your business. This free Section 179 calculator is fully updated for 2014 (including the $500,000 December "Tax Extenders" boost) – go ahead, punch in some numbers and see how much you can save this year.
The calculator presents a potential tax scenario based on typical assumptions that may not apply to your business. This page and calculator are not tax advice. The indicated tax treatment applies only to transactions deemed to reflect a purchase of the equipment or a capitalized lease purchase transaction. Please consult your tax advisor to determine the tax ramifications of acquiring equipment or software for your business.
Section 179 got a nice boost with the "Tax Extenders Bill" just passed at the last minute by Congress in December 2014. But to take advantage of the current deduction and any retroactive raise, you must buy the equipment (and place it into service) by 12/31/2014. Use Form 4562 to claim your deduction.
The Section 179 Deduction is currently $500,000 for 2014. This means businesses can deduct the full cost of equipment from their 2014 taxes, up to $500,000. Plus, the 50% bonus depreciation has returned as well, making Section 179 a fantastic deal for 2014.
Section 179 is a true small to medium business tax deduction. The deduction is unaffected until $2,000,000 in equipment purchases is reached (where it then decreases on a dollar for dollar basis.) This means, at current limits, if a business buys $2,500,000 worth of equipment, their Section 179 deduction is reduced to zero. But until that point? Enjoy.
Most small and medium businesses will greatly benefit by taking the Section 179 deduction. But to take advantage of it, the equipment must be purchased and put into service by 11:59pm, 12/31/2014 (in other words, when the New Year starts, Section 179 for 2014 is over.)
For 2015, Section 179 is scheduled to return to the old $25,000 limit.
The equipment listed above need not be new – it can be used (but new to you). Almost any "portable" (non-permanently installed) piece of business equipment will likely qualify. If you have any questions on whether something you wish to lease or finance will qualify for Section 179, you can always ask us, or reference IRS Publication 946.
Tax Code Section 179 limits have been modified by various Stimulus Acts over recent years. For further detail, contact your tax adviser or visit www.irs.gov and reference Form 4562.
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