Written Capitalization Policy Due January 1, 2015
By: Dean Dorton | December 29, 2014
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REMINDER! To qualify for expensing items under the new de […]
To qualify for expensing items under the new de minimis safe harbor regulations, you must have a written capitalization policy in place on the first day of your taxable year. If you do not have a written capitalization policy in place already, you should consider having one in place by January 1, 2015!
For more detailed information, view our recent e-newsletter series regarding Tangible Asset Regulations (TARS).
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