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Under the new law, after 2022 the 100 percent bonus depreciation will phase down in 20 percent increments each year through 2026.“It’s always good to have 100 percent expensing, but at the end of the day, it’s a timing event of when you get your write-off,” says Swirsky.“There can be some planning done around it, because, for example, if you take delivery of a plane in December, and you’re entitled to write off 100 percent of that plane for that calendar year, your planning around avoiding entertainment use [which is not deductible] gets a lot, lot easier.”Prior to the enactment of the new law, you could defer taxable gains on the sale of your business aircraft if you bought another aircraft to replace it—a “like-kind” exchange. Now in the event you realize a gain on the sale of your aircraft, the gain is fully taxable at an ordinary income-tax-bracket rate, regardless of whether you’re replacing the aircraft by purchasing another one.“The 100 percent expensing [on the purchase of a replacement aircraft], of course, is great,” says Swirsky.

He "will become anybody's slave" and lied about his age on the site, claiming to be 29.No credit card data has yet been uncovered as part of the hack.That data is incredibly revealing and potentially damaging.That, combined with his username and other account details, gave Robb enough information to Google him, find his real name, and find his social media pages.The information exposed can be particularly devastating to people living in small towns, where they are more easily identified.“You rarely see this with Gulfstream owners or Global Express owners or Falcon 900 owners, but you see it with owners of smaller planes—light turboprops and light jets.Adult Friend Finder asks customers to detail their interests and, based on those criteria, matches people for sexual encounters.The law used to allow you to deduct business entertainment expenses that were directly related to, or associated with, the active conduct of a business, but now you can’t write off any entertainment expenses.This means that the cost of flying a jet in connection with entertainment that’s directly related to your business is no longer deductible.“So, when somebody has a company retreat, and they’ve got substantial meetings there, and they’re going to use the corporate jet to fly to and from the retreat,” says Swirsky, “they can’t deduct the costs associated with those flights.”The new law eliminates miscellaneous itemized deductions, including employee business expenses.The revision is relevant if you—not your business—own an aircraft and deducted your aircraft-associated costs as employee business expenses under the old law.This could be the case, for example, with a startup, where having an aircraft on the company books would negatively impact the valuation of the business, but the person who launched and runs the company is wealthy enough to own an aircraft.