Connecting Point closes for five holidays a year, and Easter is one of them. Consequently, we will be closed Sunday, April 16th, 2017. We’ll see you when we once again open our doors on Monday morning. Enjoy!
Happy New Year (almost)! We’ll be closing early on New Year’s Eve this Saturday (at 5pm rather than 6:30pm), to give our staff a little more time with their families and friends. We’ll also be closed New Year’s Day.
Have fun and stay safe. We’ll see you next year!
Seasons greetings from all of us here at Connecting Point! We’ll be closing early on both Christmas Eve (4pm instead of our usual 6:30) and New Year’s Eve (5pm), to give our staff a little more time with their families and friends. And yes, we are closed both Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
We hope you enjoy the wonders of the season.
Connecting Point closes five days each year, but today is not one of them! Stop on by and say “hello.”
We only close five days a year – and Independence Day is one of them. Enjoy the holiday, be careful with fireworks (it’s pretty hot and dry out there), and we’ll see you Tuesday!
We are indeed open today. (That includes our Service Department.) And we’ll be open our regular weekday hours, 9am to 6:30pm. Come on in and say hello!
We close just five days a year, and this is one of them. Happy Easter, everyone!
Connecting Point will remain open until 5 pm 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 usually be written off on their 2015 tax return. In fact, this year Congress raised the ceiling on the Section 179 deduction limit to $500,000.
So don’t miss out – talk to your financial advisor right away. If it makes sense, pick up the computer systems, devices, and peripherals your business needs to remain strong and competitive in the coming year. And Connecting Point will remain open until 5 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. We strongly advise talking to a qualified tax professional before making any decisions.