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Article Date:
October 2006


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1163

 

 

New Rules for Writing Off Leasehold Improvements


For the past seven years, leasehold improvement rules have been undergoing changes that can improve your bottom line. That’s what this article is about: improving your cash realization from leasehold improvement write-offs.

 

Whether you are the landlord or the tenant, you need to know the leasehold rules. New developments increase your ability to write off leasehold improvements at the end of the lease term and allow you to use much shorter depreciation periods.

 

Not knowing the rules is not an option, unless you want to throw money in the trash can. The good news is that the rules are easy to understand and have a certain logic embedded in them. We predict that you will smile ... Log in to view full article.

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