Can Section 179 Help Commercial Property Owners

Looking over some interesting articles referring to Section 179 and the benefits it can if you qualify and take advantage of your ability to apply them. An Investment in the SMART VALVE and the benefits it provides in LOWERING your water and sewer cost are immediate and ongoing.  If you qualify the added benefit of possible applying Section 179 may provide additional relief.

I have included some interesting information and links so that you can further your research on the possible tax benefits Section 179 can have for you.

 

Can Section 179 Help Commercial Property Owners

 

The official website for Section 179 has a tremendous amount of information that helps break down what qualifies and what does not.  I will provide a link so you can conveniently refer and gather your own information as it pertains to you.

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America has a water crisis no one is talking about

Outdated infrastructure is making the water too expensive for millions of families.

 

Access to clean water is a basic human right. Yet for 14 million US households or 12 percent of homes, water bills are too expensive. And as the cost of water rises, even more Americans are at risk of not being able to pay their monthly water bill.

According to a 2017 paper from researchers at Michigan State University, water prices will have to increase by 41 percent in the next five years to cover the costs of replacing aging water infrastructure and adapting to climate change. That will mean that nearly 41 million households — or a staggering third of all US households — may not be able to afford water for drinking, bathing, and cooking by 2020.

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PWSA eyeing double-digit rate increase

For years, households served by the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority have paid less for water than many surrounding communities do.

But that gap narrowed in 2018. PWSA is weighing a potential rate increase that would outpace this year’s 13 percent boost, said Robert Weimar, the interim executive director, in an interview Friday.

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