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Section 179 Tax Deduction: Qualifying Property

List of Qualifying Property

Business owners will often buy or lease equipment without knowing if their equipment costs can be deducted. If you want to take advantage of the Section 179 tax deduction, it is essential for you to know if your equipment qualifies. The best way to find out is by contacting your business accountant, as he or she is the best resource for everything related to business tax write-offs. From now until December 31, 2014, up to $25,000 worth of qualified equipment to be deducted. Here is a list of property that is generally accepted under the current tax deduction:

Office Equipment
Office Furniture and Fixtures
Computers and Software
Machinery


Large Business Equipment
Manufacturing Tools
Business Vehicles
Single-Purpose Structures

Put Section 179 to Work for Your Business

Small business expenses can add up quickly, particularly if your company needs new or updated equipment. Fortunately, this tax deduction can help reduce the financial burden that comes with buying or financing equipment. It allows qualifying property to be deducted in the year it is purchased and put into use, which is a fantastic benefit for any business. The Section 179 tax deduction can be used by sole proprietors, partnerships and corporations. Here at Balboa Capital, we’ve provided equipment financing programs to thousands of businesses in the United States, and many of them have benefited from the Section 179 tax deduction. As mentioned above, contact your tax professional if you have any questions.

Links to Our Section 179 Resources

2014 Tax Deduction Update
2013 Tax Deduction Limit
Tax Calculator
Tax Write-Offs and Equipment Leasing
Tax Deduction FAQ
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