As "Bonus" Depreciation Fades From the Scene, Eligibility for "Plants" Ramps Up Harl, Neil
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dc.description.abstract <p>As many remember, so-called “bonus“ depreciation appeared on the scene in 2002 at a 30 percent rate with an objective of improving U.S. economic performance.<strong>1 </strong>The “bonus” depreciation rate was increased to 50 percent briefly in 2003 and, in 2008, returned to 50 percent to counter the economic downturn.<strong>2 </strong>As the downturn deepened, the 50 percent rate was increased to 100 percent in 2010 through 2011<strong>3 </strong>and returned to 50 percent through 2014.<strong>4a</strong></p>
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dc.subject.disciplines Agricultural and Resource Economics
dc.subject.disciplines Agricultural Economics
dc.subject.disciplines Agriculture Law
dc.subject.disciplines Public Economics
dc.title As "Bonus" Depreciation Fades From the Scene, Eligibility for "Plants" Ramps Up
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