Tax day has come and gone but there are still opportunities to purchase Exmark mowing equipment through Horizon stores and receive special financing offers and tax benefits in 2008.
The recently enacted Depreciation Bonus policy enables businesses to invest in new profit-generating Exmark equipment, while cutting their 2008 tax bill. In addition, the policy allows a first-year depreciation of 50 percent of the purchase cost and increases the expensing limit to $250,000.
“Buying Exmark equipment and saving money on taxes is a win-win situation for our customers,” said Toley McGettigan, product category manager, Horizon. “The recently enacted Depreciation Bonus policy allows tax savings to become a reality for many Exmark customers including landscapers and farmers.”
For the months of May through July 2008, Exmark has special financing programs available on all equipment including delayed payments, low APR/fixed term offers, revolving charges and low introductory payments to help customers find the best equipment at the best prices.
Horizon’s Phoenix store is one of the largest distributors of Exmark equipment in the West and was recently recognized by Exmark for outstanding sales achievement, receiving its number one Sales Achievement Award for the Western Region. Horizon also earned six of Exmark’s Top 10 Awards for the Western United States.
In addition, Horizon has service centers staffed with factory trained technicians and an assortment of parts in order to fix equipment, including Exmark, and get it back on the job as soon as possible. Horizon currently has 13 service centers located throughout Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington, with the newest service center scheduled to open in Concord, California in June 2008.
For more information on the Depreciation Bonus policy and how to save money on 2008 taxes, please visit www.depreciationbonus.org.