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CSPAN
Jun 11, 2017 2:34pm EDT
trillion in real estate that is out there? china it a reverse problem. they are building these the buildings that sits empty. and immediate expensing, almost immediately, you can create a problem in your commercial real estate market by making a long depreciation for the commercial and immediate expensing for the new. to adjust that, so my preferences to accelerate those depreciation schedules and make bonus depreciation's there. looking at doing in either or type of program -- i'm a numbers guy and i can make arguments both ways, but that is why we are here to hopefully hear some good things and policy going forth. youhis is an example where look at real differences in the sense of is it good? the status quo is you get to deduct interest and then you jump throughnd you this hoop. the beauty of 100% expensing is there is no booths. unless you have a horrible interest rate, if i can depreciate the investment or i can 100% expense the interest, i will take the investment. i would rather write off the whole building and machine. bootstrapped something from $20,000 in savings to a good
CSPAN
Jun 10, 2017 2:45am EDT
that is out there? i call it a reverse-china problem. they are building all of these buildings that are staying empty. almost immediately, you are creating a problem in your commercial real estate market, by making a long depreciation for the commercial, and immediate expensing for the new. if that makes sense. so, we would have to adjust that. my preference would be to accelerate depreciation schedules, but i think looking at the expensing of interest, or doing and either-or type program, we would have to look at. i am a numbers guy and i can make an argument both ways. that is why we are here, to hopefully hear some good rings. >> i think this is an example where you look at real differences in the sense of -- is it -- the status quo is not to deduct interests. then you have to before you take depreciation of this, -- or that. the beauty of that is there are no hoops. you have -- for me if i can appreciate an investment, or i can 100% expense the interest, i will take the interest -- the will take the interest -- the investment. i would rather write off the building, with or the a
CSPAN
Jun 9, 2017 9:31am EDT
that's out there. i call it a reverse china, their building all these new buildings that sit empty. if you do full and immediate expensing you can almost immediately create a problem in your commercial real estate market by making a long depreciation for commercial and immediate expensing for the new, if that makes sense. we would have to adjust that. my preference would be to accelerate those depreciation schedules, but i think looking at the expensing of interest or doing an either/or program, we have to look at the numbers. i can make arguments both ways, but that's why we are here. >> i think this is an example where you look at differences in the sense of, is it good. you get to deduct interest and then you have two weeks that let you take accelerated deductions if this and if that. the beauty of one 100% is there are no hoops. unless you've got a horrible interest rate, if i can depreciate the investment or the interest, i will take the investment. i'd rather write off of old building, machine, i've been the small business guy and ended a lot of it with leverage, but i will t
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