Blog: IRS Guidelines
Section 179D Energy Tax Credits Extension

Section 179D Energy Tax Credits Extension

On December 10, 2019, with the intent to fund the federal government through fiscal year 2020, Congress passed six appropriations omnibus or “minibus” bills (H.R. 1865). The $447 billion spending measure includes some tax and other provisions, including a provision...

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Cash Flow and ROI Strategies for Hotel Buyers and Investors

Cash Flow and ROI Strategies for Hotel Buyers and Investors

Increased cash flow and return on investment – two key concerns if you’re a hotel buyer or investor. Here are some strategies for tax savings that you can employ to reduce income taxes, increase cash flow and accelerate your return on investment. Allocation of...

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Sage Fixed Assets – Vehicle Safe Harbor Tax Law Changes

Sage Fixed Assets – Vehicle Safe Harbor Tax Law Changes

The IRS issued long-awaited changes to the vehicle safe harbor tax law rules on February 13, 2019, after Sage released its Sage Fixed Assets 2019.1 updates. Know that Sage is aware of these changes, and they are planning an update for these new rules to enable you to...

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Sage Fixed Assets 2016.1 – What’s new in the tax release

Sage Fixed Assets 2016.1 – What’s new in the tax release

Sage Fixed Assets recent released the new version of Sage Fixed Assets Depreciation that supports all the new IRS legislation for tax deprecation as a result of the PATH Tax Act signed into law in December. Some of the highlights covered in this release of Sage Fixed...

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PATH Tax Act – March Madness Makes Millions!

PATH Tax Act – March Madness Makes Millions!

The PATH Tax Act of 2015 passed last December offers  reduced taxes for businesses.  However, proactive actions utilizing proven expertise is essential. Owned Assets Based on the PATH Tax Act, businesses can depreciate 50 % of equipment cost and construction costs...

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