Sections 179 and 168(k) depreciation options of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code can become glorious, money-saving strategies for smart veterinary practices. Here’s why. If a practice needs to purchase new equipment — they may be able todeduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment during the tax year in which it was placed in service if they elect to do so under Section 179… instead of deducting a portion of the purchase price over five years through standard depreciation. So, it may benefit any practice looking to acquire more accurate tools, add a valuable new service, create a more ergonomic workspace, increase their skills, accommodate more patients, or other purposes. Click here to Read More.
Recently we posted an article about the AVDA (American Veterinary Distributors) survey showing that practice decision makers strongly prefer buying products from Distribution Sales Reps (DSRs) versus directly from manufacturers. In the Equipment category, distributors didn’t score quite as well as in other categories, suggesting there is work to be done. Looks like there’s a gap there - one we’d like to help you close! To get you started on closing that gap, we came up with 5 steps you can take right now to get in the door and amp up your equipment sales. Click here to Read More.