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The Twelve Days of Taxmas – Section 179D


December 14, 2020

As Christmas approaches, Klatzkin is putting a twist on a holiday classic. But rather than filling your head with drummers drumming and golden rings, we’re focused on providing important tax insights through “The Twelve Days of Taxmas” blog series that could help minimize your tax liability.

On the second day of Taxmas, my accountant gave to me an expanded bonus and Section 179 depreciation.

The 100% additional first-year depreciation (bonus depreciation) deduction was created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. It generally applies to depreciable business assets with a useful life of 20 years or less and specific other property. Also, in 2020 bonus depreciation can be taken on used property.  Section 179 in 2020 will allow for an immediate write off of $1,040,000 of certain assets purchased with a total equipment purchase limit of $2,590,000.

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©2020 Klatzkin & Company LLP. The above represents our best understanding and interpretation of the material covered as of this post’s date and should not be construed as accounting, tax, or financial advice. Please consult your tax advisor concerning your specific situation.

About the Author

Michele is a Manager focused on serving the tax planning, reporting, and compliance needs of real estate, professional service and nonprofit organizations. She enjoys working to find tax-saving opportunities, many created through tax reform, including Section 199A deductions, bonus depreciation and capital gains deferral through investment in Qualified Opportunity Zones.    Going beyond the expected...

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