Save Money -- Buy a New Truck

May 2008
Fire Chief;May2008 Supplement, p3
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008 intended to regulate the purchasing of commercial trucks in the U.S. The act increases the depreciation of provision for new truck purchases from 30% to 50% and reduce the 2008 federal business tax of the buyer. In addition, it gives a criterion to qualify for bonus depreciation. Moreover, a Web site that gives a discussion of the new law is launched by Navistar Truck Group is presented.


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