Connecting Point will remain open until 6pm today (December 31st). This includes both sales and service departments. If you’re a business owner, that means you still have time to take advantage of the IRS‘ Section 179 deduction.
What is Section 179, anyway?
When your business buys certain types of equipment, it usually writes them off a bit at a time through depreciation. In other words, if your company spends $50,000 on a machine, it gets to write off (say) $10,000 a year for five years (these numbers are for illustrative purposes only).
Now, while it’s true that this is better than no write off at all, most business owners would prefer to write off the entire equipment purchase price for the year they buy it.
That’s the purpose behind Section 179: To stimulate the American economy (and your business) to move in a positive direction. For most small businesses, the entire cost can be written off on their 2013 tax return.
So don’t miss out – talk to your financial advisor right away. If it makes sense, pick up the computer systems and peripherals your business needs to remain strong and competitive in the coming year. And Connecting Point will remain open until 6 pm on New Year’s Eve to help make that possible. We can even offer up to 18 months interest-deferred financing for qualified applicants.
For more detailed information about Section 179, visit the Section179.org website.
Getting up from a comfortable seat, moving to a location, and manually flicking a switch? Man, that is so 20th century.
We live in an age of remotes, of wireless magic, of click-here-and-it-gets-done-there wizardry. What if you could randomly pick a couple of lamps or appliances or tools to set up as remotely-activated devices? What if doing so was not only dead simple, but ridiculously affordable?
Think of the possibilities: Early morning, your alarm clock comes on. You slap it off, as usual – except now, because you went to Connecting Point this week, you can also slap on the coffeemaker – without getting out of bed. By the time you stagger downstairs to the kitchen, steaming hot java awaits.
Paradise. Better still, paradise for less than 13 bucks.
Find out all about this unique DOTW by clicking on the bold blue text here.
From everyone here at Connecting Point, we wish you and yours the best of holidays and the happiest of new years. Thanks so much for all your support!
This marks the final day of Connecting Point’s ‘12 Days of Savings.’
Day 12 (Dec. 21st): $10 Off Apple AirPort Express | $20 Off AirPort Extreme
AirPort Express makes it easy to set up and manage a secure home Wi-Fi network from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. Simultaneous dual-band 802.11n automatically provides the fastest connections available for your Wi-Fi-enabled devices. AirPlay lets you wirelessly play your iTunes music on your stereo or speakers. And a USB port for your printer lets you wirelessly print from any computer in your home.1 And today, it’s on sale: you save $10 off its regular $99.99 price.
AirPort Extreme Base Station offers Wi-Fi speeds up to 3x faster than the previous generation. It features next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi, a powerful beamforming antenna array for higher performance and range, simultaneous dual-band support, and a new vertical design with a smaller footprint.* And AirPort Extreme is easy to set up and highly secure, letting you share your broadband Internet connection, a USB printer, or a hard drive. And today only, you can take $20 off its regular $199.99 price.
1 Wireless printing over USB requires a compatible printer and OS X v10.2.7 or later, Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows.
*Compared with the previous generation.
Well, folks, that’s it for Connecting Point’s ‘12 Days of Savings 2013.‘ If you’d like to hear about other offers like this, as well as cool deals, promos, tech bulletins, closeouts, and product intros – then please sign up for Connecting Point’s email newsletter.
All “12 Days of Savings” offers are limited to stock on hand, and will not be extended beyond the day they are featured. Offers and prices are not applicable to prior purchases.
If you’re facing down a foggy Christmas Eve, and don’t happen to have a genetically-modified reindeer handy, this flashlight is the next best thing.
It’s tough. Constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum, with a sure-grip machine-knurled surface.
It’s bright. For a flashlight not much bigger than your thumb, this baby sheds an awful lot of lumens.
It’s handy. Small enough to place in your tackle box, glove compartment, bag, or next to the circuit breaker, without crowding.
It’s cheap. For less than five bucks, it’s one heck of a deal.
It’s seasonal. Wait, bright red, just like Santa’s garb or Rudolph’s nose? Nobody will be sorry to find one in their stocking!
Read all about this week’s DOTW here.