Section 179 Deduction for 2018

Section 179 Deduction for 2018

Have you been thinking about computer upgrades? Maybe you need new software or the printer’s on its last leg. Or perhaps you’ve been considering making important network security changes to protect your company. Now is the time to refresh your office technology AND receive a tax incentive, thanks to the Section 179 Deduction for 2018.

Section 179 Deduction for 2018 allows businesses to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software from gross income. For 2018, the deduction is limited to $1 million and the spending cap on equipment purchased is $2.5 million (See Section179.org for additional details and restrictions, and check with your tax consultant to confirm before making any major purchase.) Also be aware, equipment and/or software purchased or leased must be placed into service between Jan 1, 2018 and Dec 31, 2018.

Think about these upgrades for your office:

  • Dual monitors for staff work stations: proven to improve efficiency
  • Software upgrades on specialty software for your industry
  • Replacement of desktop or laptops 3 – 5 years old
  • Addition of Cyber Security Employee Training and Awareness software as part of your overall security package
  • HIPAA Risk Assessment for any company that handles protected health information
  • Printer/scanner replacement
  • Server upgrade and migration

If you’ve been thinking about network upgrades or would like to discuss software changes/upgrades giving your business a competitive edge in your industry, call NoWorriesIT now. With over 19 years serving small businesses in Carroll County and the surrounding ares, we can assist you by offering professional IT consulting and help you get the ball rolling. We are currently scheduling 4th quarter project work and slots are filling fast. 410-751-7650

“From managing outside vendors and acting on our behalf to managing our technology, we know NoWorriesIT really has our back.”

Theresa Wolfe, Amethyst Technologies, LLC, Baltimore, MD

About The Author

Jean Burgess, Marketing Manager

Jean Burgess, Marketing Manager

Jean Burgess is Marketing Manager for NoWorriesIT, where she is continually surrounded by techno-speak and computer gear throughout the day. From Jean's desire to understand this alien world of Cloud Computing, Remote Monitoring and Management, Data Backup and Disaster Recovery, and Network Security sprang this blog -Thoughts From A Wannabe Techno Geek. Her goal: to be a liaison between the knowledgeable NoWorriesIT system engineers and the small business reader in an entertaining and informative manner.

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