How to Reduce the Up-front Cost of Full Expensing

Last week, we wrote a piece showing that full expensing has significant up-front costs that eventually dissipate. This makes full expensing look much more expensive in the first ten years than it will ultimately cost on an ongoing basis. This is because investments made in previous years under prior depreciation schedules would continue to be … Continue reading How to Reduce the Up-front Cost of Full Expensing