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The Section 179 deduction is designed to save small-business owners money and encourage them to invest in their ventures.

Under this section of the federal tax code, business owners are allowed to write off the entire cost of many assets in the same year they were purchased instead of writing them off incrementally as the equipment ages.
CESSCO Inc. makes no claim as to what may or may not be filed with the IRS.
This page is informational only, designed to assist our customers in researching qualified deductions.
FAQs: What is the Section 179 Deduction?

Section 179 of the IRS Tax Code allows a business to deduct, for the current tax year, the full purchase price of financed or leased equipment and off-the-shelf software that qualifies for the deduction. The equipment purchased, financed or leased must be within the specified dollar limits of Section 179, and the equipment must be placed into service in the same tax year that the deduction is being taken (for example, the equipment must be put into service between January 1st and December 31st of the year the deduction is to be taken.
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Publication 946: "How to Depreciate Property" - Chapter 2: "Section 179 Deductions"