All Kirby Lester dispensing technology qualifies for a full Section 179 tax deduction. That is great news for you and your accountant or tax advisor, because you can save thousands of dollars in 2012 taxes. But you need to act soon. Section 179 deductions are expected to significantly drop or expire after Dec. 31, 2012. That means you have limited time to get cash flow help this year.
This is no "creative accounting" or "fun with numbers". Just real tax relief with Kirby Lester pharmacy automation. Start by calculating your estimated tax savings and net after-tax cost below:
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to estimate your tax incentive when you purchase or lease any Kirby Lester technology in 2012.
What is Section 179?:
With a KL60 purchase or lease in 2012, your potential tax savings could be substantial. Contact us
to calculate your potential deduction.
It is not mysterious or complicated at all. Sec. 179 of the U.S. IRS tax code allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software purchased or financed during the tax year. Sec. 179 is an incentive created by the U.S. government to encourage businesses to invest in themselves and stimulate the economy.
What is covered?:
The Sec. 179 deduction is available for most new and used capital equipment, and also includes costs directly associated with the installation of qualifying capital equipment (e.g., installation, training, delivery, any necessary remodeling costs such as electric drops). Any Kirby Lester device is covered by Sec. 179. Whether you buy or lease, you are still saving the maximum amount with Kirby Lester. For questions about Sec. 179, visit www.section179.org/index.html
This information is not intended or represented to constitute tax advice or your actual tax situation. Always consult with your tax advisor to determine your specific tax savings.