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Bon Appetit: Improvements Serve Up Tax BreaksBon Appetit: Improvements Serve Up Tax BreaksBy Jerrold Stern2005-01-14T06:00:00Ztierra-grande
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The 2004 Tax Act provides tax changes for commercial property leasehold improvements and restaurant improvements. As long as basic criteria are met, improvements can now be depreciated over a 15-year period rather than 39 years. Restaurant improvements also receive 50 percent first-year bonus depreciation. Digital and Print1711https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/bon-appetit-improvements-serve-up-tax-breaks

 

 

Bon Appetit: Improvements Serve Up Tax BreaksBon Appetit: Improvements Serve Up Tax BreaksTaxes
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