Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Commercial real estate and Economic Stimulus Package

Commercial real estate scored some victories in the Economic Stimulus Package passed by Congress this winter. Two tax provision will provide benefits to small business owners. The first permits a business to deduct as much as $250,000 of the cost of otherwise depreciable commercial property as an expense. This provision applies to commercial property acquired and placed in service during 2008.

A second provision will provide a 50% bonus depreciation deduction for the cost for leasehold improvements and certain other equipment and commercial real estate. The provision is effective for improvements placed in service during 2009 will be eligible for the bonus deduction, but only if they are made pursuant to a contract entered into in 2008.

On the other hand, a big tax benefit for commercial property owners that didn’t pass was the 15-year cost recovery period for lease hold improvements, which expired at the end of 2007.

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