05 Feb 2014 11:00 : Capital Expenditures Versus Current Expenses – What Counts?

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Late last year, the Treasury Department issued final tax regulations classifying capital expenditures versus current expenses. As a direct result of this legislation, construction and real estate businesses are facing new concepts and safe-harbors. Join Aronson LLC tax experts David Mugmon and Eric Fletcher on February 5th for a free webinar where they will review the potential implications of the law. In this one-hour moderated discussion, they will review:

‘Incidental and Non-Incidental’ supplies – what counts?
The minimum requirements for acquisitions
How to define a unit of property
Routine maintenance for safe-harbor
Standards for betterments and restorations
Small business safe-harbor, among others

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