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IRS sets new vehicle limits

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in Small Business Tax,Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies

The IRS recently announced new depreciation limits for vehicles placed in service in 2010. (IRS Revenue Procedure 2010-18)

The limits under the “luxury car rules” are comparable to the ones for 2009 except that you can no longer qualify for 50% bonus depreciation.

Here’s a quick summary of the maximum depreciation deductions for 2010 assuming 100% business use.

 

Passenger autos

Trucks and vans

First tax year

$3,060

$3,160

Second tax year

$4,900

$5,100

Third tax year

$2,950

$3,050

Each succeeding tax year

$1,775

$1,875

The IRS announcement also establishes the new “inclusion amounts” you must report on leased vehicles costing more than $16,700. New break: The inclusion amounts for leased vehicles placed in service in 2010 are about 20% less than the amounts for the prior year.

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