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New Tax Rules For Expensing Nonresidential Roofs

New Tax Rules For Expensing Nonresidential Roofs

In December of 2017, Congress approved the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, expanding the qualified real property eligible for full expensing under Section 179 of the tax code to include, among other things, nonresidential roofs. This is great news for our customers as you can now realize the full tax benefits of repairing or replacing a nonresidential roof. For more information on the update to Section 179 of the tax code and how it may affect you, click here.

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