The economic stimulus package that President Bush signed into law last week is drawing attention mostly to its tax rebates for individuals, but the bill also contains several provisions that should benefit small and midsized companies.
The bill gives companies a 50 percent bonus deduction on new equipment and increases the limit on expenses that small businesses can deduct from annual income to $250,000, raising it from $125,000.
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