The year is almost over, but there’s still time to save on your tax return while upgrading your business’s technology. For 2009, IRS is allowing small and medium businesses to deduct the full purchase price of equipment (up to $250,000) from their tax return, as long as it’s purchased and installed by 12/31/09.*

The higher deduction limit and provision for making a same-year tax deduction on technology is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. These rules are currently set to expire in 2010.

Take advantage of these new tax rules while boosting productivity with up-to-date technology. Buy your business a new Apple computer solution now and lock in substantial savings on your 2009 return!*

Small Dog Electronics offers the complete line of powerful new Apple computers, including MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, and Xserves. We also offer the full range of business and productivity software for Mac, including Microsoft Office, all Adobe titles, Quickbooks Pro, iWork, and much more. Need Windows? Our expert, Apple-certified technicians can quickly set you up with Windows on a Mac. It’s like having two computers in one.

We’ve run our business exclusively on Macs since 1994. In that time, we’ve also helped thousands of companies successfully switch to Mac, as well as upgrade and maintain their existing Mac inventory. Based on our experience, we can offer honest, direct advice for businesses using Macs or considering the switch to Mac.

Contact us now for a custom quote, to make a purchase, or simply to learn more. We’ll help make sure your purchase is processed in time to qualify for tax savings.

Small Dog Electronics’ Business Services:

  • Consulting: over the phone, remotely via chat, or on the spot, our Apple certified consultants can set you up, saving you time and money. Learn more by clicking here.
  • Managed services. Maintenance Contracts and Data Backup Plans to make consulting services for your business convenient and affordable. Learn more by clicking here.

*Don’t forget, consult with your tax professional regarding eligibility. See Section 179 of the 2009 IRS Tax Code for details on equipment deduction:,,id=213666,00.html


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