Thinking About Investing in Equipment?

$500,000 deduction for equipment makes this the year to purchase machinery

January 30th, 2013

Are you unsure about making the commitment to purchase machinery for your business? Check out the new 2013 Section 179 tax advantages, they are the best they have been in years!
As part of the government’s Economic Stimulus Act introduced in 2008, significant changes were made to Section 179 of the US tax code and these changes have had a big impact on businesses looking to invest in equipment. Thanks to the new 2013 guidelines, the deduction for equipment purchases has been raised to $500,000, compared to $139,000 last year. This will dramatically increase your bottom line; your ROI just went way up! In addition to this great offer, under IRC Section 179, businesses purchasing new equipment are allowed to depreciate those costs by utilizing a temporary 50% bonus depreciation allowance.
The only catch with this great offer is that it may only be available for equipment that is acquired and placed in service before December 31, 2013. This offer is for US companies only.
It is clear that FROG3D® can give you the tools to grow your business and these tax changes make this the year to take the leap!

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                                   CRUNCHING THE NUMBERS
                                                        2013 Deductions       2012
Cost of Equipment                          $300,000                   $300,000
Section 179 Deduction                    $300,000                   $139,000
Balance after Sec. 179                   $0.00                         $161,000
Total Deductions                             $300,000                   $139,000

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