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U.S. tax break: Up to $2 million of corporate software deductible

9:01 CET, 14th February 2011 By Secunia.

Software is now tax deductible for U.S. companies.

In 2011 the U.S. Government has increased the limits for depreciation of software purchases – an incentive to encourage businesses to buy software and invest in themselves.

Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows corporate software purchases of up to $2 million to be 100% tax deductible in the year that the qualifying software is purchased, financed, and put into service. The full purchase price can be deducted from your gross income.

Now there is a double benefit – get protected against vulnerabilities AND save money!

A brief overview of Section 179 for 2011:

  • 2011 Deduction Limit - $500,000 (up from $250k previously). Ideal for new software, and new or used equipment
  • 2011 Limit on purchases - $2 million (up from $800k previously)
  • "Bonus" Depreciation - 100% (taken after the $500k deduction limit is reached)

*Please note: "Bonus" Depreciation only refers to new software.

To find out more about specific limits, qualifying software, and qualified financing, visit: www.section179.org/

Stay Secure,

Secunia

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