Small Business Jobs Act of 2010: Impact on the Real Estate Market

December 2010
Real Estate Issues;2010/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p51
Trade Publication
The Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 is an important piece of legislation for those involved in small business, whether real estate or other businesses. The Act grants many tax incentives and provides for taking a larger proportion of certain deductions sooner, and faster depreciation. It also enables the more immediate use of credits and encourages more activity in the market. See how this Act impacts you and your clients.


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