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Small businesses in the United States often face complex decisions understanding the incentives the latest tax code provides when adding equipment, software, and vehicles. They may have questions about the impact of financing or leasing equipment and software, what is deemed qualifying property, limits on vehicles, and the overall procedure for electing the Section 179 deduction and bonus depreciation.
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