Tax Benefits

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The DxD wall systems can transform your space into contemporary architecture moving into new-age design. Our dynamic and scalable products not only give you the flexibility to recreate your spaces, but give you opportunity to save your company cash.  

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By purchasing the DxD wall systems, you could be subject to receive the 2019 Section 179 Tax Deduction, which can lead up to 30% more savings than traditional drywall. You may also qualify for up to 100% of first year tax write off based on Section 179.

Demountable wall systems are considered furniture/equipment by the IRS, which qualifies our product for accelerated depreciations of up to 7 short years compared to drywall’s extensive 39 year mark.

As defined by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), depreciation is an income tax deduction that allows a business to recover the cost basis of tangible property. It is an annual allowance for the wear and tear, deterioration, or obsolescence of the property. Most tangible assets, such as demountable walls, are depreciable. When researching ways to save, the modified accelerated cost recovery system (MACRS) is beneficial deduction method to consider, since faster acceleration allows individuals and businesses to deduct greater amounts during the first few years of an asset's life, and relatively less later.

Businesses that purchase, finance, or lease under $2.5 million of new and/or used equipment between January 1st and December 31st of 2019 may be qualified to receive these benefits. Even businesses with net Loss can be qualified to deduct some of the cost of new equipment and carry forward the loss. Although this seems to be a true “small business tax incentive”, businesses are still able to qualify for bonus depreciation once that cap has been met.

What’s the difference between Section 179 and Bonus Depreciation?

Bonus depreciation is offered some years, and some years it isn’t. Right now in 2019, it’s being offered at 100%!
Bonus Depreciation is useful to large businesses spending more than the Section 179 Spending Cap. When applying these provisions, Section 179 is generally taken first, followed by Bonus Depreciation – unless the business had no taxable profit, because the unprofitable business is allowed to carry the loss forward to future years.

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See Examples of Section 179 Gains!

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