The Perfect Tax-Write Off
Whether your company is generating tons of new business, rebounding from losses in sales, or struggling to get off the ground, you may be able to save a bundle on your taxes if you make the right moves before the end of 2017.
As tax reform moves through Congress, it’s possible that your tax rates may be lowered for 2018, but it’s just as likely that some of your expenses will be repealed to pay for tax rate cuts.
Pay For Growth, Not More Taxes
Why not use funds you’d normally give to the IRS for 2017 to start off 2018 with some great lead generation and marketing strategies?
Marketing is the ignition key which positively affects your sales campaign results. Among the many benefits of incorporating a lead generation strategy into your company strategy is that it moves your brand above the noise, front and center into the customer's mind.
What Type of Marketing Is Tax-Deductible?
Businesses may deduct all ordinary and necessary business expenses, including advertising expenses. But what does the broad category of "advertising expenses" include? What doesn't it include? And was expenses are deductible?
Marketing is a broad category of business expenses that includes business activities such as:
- Advertising in various media like social media, video, TV, radio, and magazines.
- Marketing activities such as direct marketing.
- Online activities such as email newsletters.
- Costs of producing advertising materials such as business cards, brochures, and web pages.
- Costs of advertising events such as a publicity campaign or special promotion.
The Competitive Edge In 2018
Marketing with Facebook and YouTube gives you a clear competitive edge while your competition is remaining overwhelmed or stuck in corporate red tape.
And, if the above reasons aren’t incentive enough, if you sign with us before the end of December 2017, we’re going reduce the price-tag of your set up fee by 20%.