Terms of Participation
Terms of Participation
Welcome to Section179.Org. We invite you to participate in our initiative “Petitioning Congress to Keep Section 179”. The permanency of enhanced deduction limits under Section 179 is not certain. To bring attention to this matter, our goal is to meet a specific number of petition signatures. We would appreciate your help in spreading the word.
By participating in this petition on Section179.Org, you signify that you have read, comprehended, and agreed to be bound by these Terms of Participation and to comply with all relevant laws and regulations. You understand and accept that Section179.Org reserves the right to edit, modify, or replace petition content, or adjust time frames or signature targets at our discretion. If you disagree with the content of this petition or have objections to any aspect of these Terms of Participation, your sole recourse is to discontinue accessing Section179.Org and cease using any services provided on this website. Participation in or signing of this petition is entirely voluntary.
Please note that Section179.Org is not intended to replace official communication channels for Section 179 or other tax reforms. You retain full rights to interact with the federal government and its agencies through mail, email, phone calls, official websites, and other communication channels.
To sign this petition, you do not need to create an account, but a valid email address is required. Each participant may sign this petition only once per valid email. Section179.Org reserves the right to validate your email address for inclusion in this petition. Participants must be aged 13 or above. You can sign this petition either directly on Section179.Org or on specific third-party websites that use the Section179.Org application programming interface (API).
Participants should be aware that they can sign this petition either directly on Section179.Org or on specific third-party websites that use the Section179.Org API. Please note that these third-party websites are governed by their own policies, and Section179.Org does not accept any responsibility or liability for these policies. Please check these policies before you sign the petition on these third-party websites.
If you choose not to sign but want to circulate this petition, messages, or other forms of communication through your platform or in an individual capacity, you may do so in support of the reinstatement of Section 179 limits, provided you adhere to these Terms of Participation.
By participating, you agree that your signature and associated communication will not contain any content that is obscene, vulgar, defamatory, threatening, or hidden, and that would, if published, contravene criminal law or result in civil liability.
By participating in this initiative, you consent to receive email notifications and updates regarding the petition you signed. We may also send automated emails to keep you informed about Section 179 and related matters. You can choose to unsubscribe from these emails at any time. However, this will not prevent us from sending emails to verify your email address.
Section179.Org has the authority to resolve matters concerning violations of these Terms of Participation. We reserve the right to remove any petition signature that we deem to have violated our policies. If we discover that an IP address is using automated technologies to generate multiple petition signatures, we may block that IP address from accessing Section179.Org.
Your participation in this petition does not guarantee any response or acceptance from the federal government once the petition meets the signature threshold. The legislative process is under the exclusive jurisdiction of Congress, which can choose to ignore a petition, regardless of the number of signatures it has garnered. Your participation within the Section179.Org platform does not confer any enforceable rights or benefits against Section179.Org, its owners, affiliates, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, agents, or any third party.