Section 179 Tax Deduction
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What Is the Section 179 Tax Deduction?
Allows business owners to:
Purchase new or used qualifying equipment
Take 100% of the deduction this year
Improve cash flow for next year
How the Section 179 Tax Deduction Can Help You
How the Section 179 Tax Deduction Works
big-ticket items such as vehicles, office equipment, software & machinery before December 31st.
up to $1 million in equipment costs (with a $2.5 million spending cap).
on your taxes in the same year. See how below.
Section 179 Savings Calculator
See how much you can save with the Section 179 Tax Deduction.
Section 179 Deduction
Up to $1M
Cost of Equipment
After Tax Savings
at 35% tax bracket
This calculator is intended to provide a potential tax scenario that may not apply to your business. Consult your tax professional to determine tax implications and benefits for your business.
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FAQ: Section 179 Tax Deduction
Section 179 Resources
If you’re on the fence about whether your business can afford a new piece of equipment, the IRS just might be your savior (did you ever imagine yourself thinking that?). Under the Section 179 tax deduction, business owners get a large, upfront tax break when they buy new assets. What qualifies for Section 179 depreciation and is it the right move for your small business? Here’s what you need to know.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act changed things for business owners large and small, resulting in new tax cuts and modifying some standard deductions that business owners have been used to claiming for years — like the Section 179 tax deduction. The good news is that you can still use this deduction, but it’s important to read the fine print to make sure you’re using it right. Let’s break it down.
The Section 179 deduction can be one of the juiciest tax breaks for small businesses. When it's time to file taxes, you'll need to follow IRS Form 4562 instructions to claim your deduction. The form is broken up into six parts and can be technical, but don't let this scare you away from claiming your deserved tax break. We're here to walk you through the most important sections.
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