Technology consumption is driving toward ‘As a Service’ models like Microsoft O365, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) like Amazon AWS & Microsoft Azure, and Software as a Service (SaaS) like Salesforce.com. As your technology investments trend toward Operational Expenses vs. Capital Expenses there are different implications for how that affects your tax planning, such as Section 179.
In this session we are fortunate to have a tax expert from Olsen Thielen, Matt Klein who is going to cover different aspects of tax planning as it relates to changes in technology investments and consumption.
- Section 179 & depreciation
- As a Service models
- Fair Market Value leases vs. $1 buy out programs
Please join us for this critical year-end session targeted to help every business increase awareness regarding tax planning as it relates to changes in technology investments. Even if you can’t make the session, those who register will receive a link to the recording, and a copy of the presentation! So even if you can’t attend, but want to receive the “Taxes & Technology – As a Service (OpEx) vs. Section 179 (CapEx)” presentation, register and share with those whom you feel would benefit.