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Section 179 Tax Deduction for Investments in Technology with Carl Mazzanti

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Carl Mazzanti is the president and co-founder of eMazzanti Technologies.  Microsoft’s 2015, 2013 and 2012 Partner of the Year, and 8X Inc. 5000 list honoree. His company specializes in cloud solutions, retail multi-site implementations, outsourced network management, remote monitoring, and support. A frequent business conference speaker and technology talk show guest, his clients have been featured in over 60 Microsoft videos and case studies.  Carl is a graduate of Georgetown University, with a triple major in Finance, New and Small Business Management, and International Business. His interests include outings with his boys, snowboarding, sailing, and baseball.

About the interview Carl notes, "Business owners that have been putting off a substantial computer upgrade will find that 2017 is an excellent year to begin enjoying the full benefits of modern technology. Section 179 of the tax code lets businesses write off the entire cost of computer equipment and off-the-shelf software purchased and put in use before December 31, 2017.  A large deduction limit allows businesses to conserve cash on qualifying major technology outlays, reducing the net cost substantially. Many business owners find that, if they lease or finance their Section 179 qualified equipment, the tax savings exceed the first year's payments on the equipment."

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