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Lease versus buy: What's best for your business’s building?

Whether your business has been a longtime tenant of a location or you're looking to move your base of operations from home to a proper commercial space, you may be wondering whether it's time to become the owner of a commercial property. Read More >

Buying vs. leasing business equipment: What works for you?

Traditionally, it's been easier for many businesses to lease rather than purchase new equipment since it costs less up front and can help you stay up-to-date with the latest technology. However, since Congress permanently set the Section 179 deduction limit at $500,000 in December 2015, small and mid-size businesses may qualify for a hefty tax break for buying equipment. Read More >

68+ million dollars in California Competes Tax Credits available in March

Through 2024, the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) is awarding California Competes Tax Credits to businesses that want to locate or stay and grow in California. The tax credits go to businesses that commit to certain employment or project investment requirements and provide their employees good wages and benefits. Read More >

Could you capture a California Competes Tax Credit?

Every California business plays a role in the success of the state's economy. But if yours is a "high-value" business, you could qualify for a California Competes Tax Credit. The Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) has awarded $223 million to 330 companies since the program began in fiscal year 2013-2014. Read More >

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