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Section 179 Tax Credit for service dispatch software.



Is your company just getting by not implementing or upgrading your critical service dispatch software which you need to keep your business competitive? There is no better time to replace your paper based system or outdated software than now. No need to delay……here is a great reasons to buy software and even new computer hardware before year end.

Under section 179(b) (1) of the IRS Tax Code, businesses can deduct for the current tax year the full cost of purchased or leased equipment. The maximum deduction for 2013 is $500,000. To qualify for this limited deduction, the software and/or equipment must be put into use before December 31, 2013.

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For basic eligibility, the software must meet all of the following general specifications:
 

  • The software must be financed (only specific type leases or loans qualify), or purchased outright by you.
  • The software must be used in your business for income-producing activity.
  • The software must have a determinable useful life.
  • The software must be expected to last more than one year.

You can learn more by visiting http://www.section179.org/
 

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