Tag Archives: equipment

Going Once, Going Twice

Bid now, visit later for a timely auction in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula For Midwesterners, late May into early June is always a good time to visit Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Catch-and-keep season has just started for most fishermen, temperatures finally begin to rise, and the rivers and waterfalls usher in kayak and canoe enthusiasts. If you’re […]

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2020 NEC Open for Comment

60-day window on NFPA website The 2020 National Electrical Code is currently open for comment, according to the NFPA 70 website. This comes as part of a 60-day window that will end August 30th. The NEC is the benchmark for safe electrical design, installation, and inspection to protect people and property from electrical hazards. Covered […]

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Everything Must Go

Last day of GM plant auction in Janesville this week Midwesterners: tomorrow is your last chance. Officials from Commercial Development Company Inc. announced last Friday that they will host a second online auction to sell equipment from the former General Motors Assembly Plant in Janesville, Wisconsin. The site was announced for closure in 2008 to […]

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Recovery Through Reconditioning

PEARL aids in Harvey’s aftermath by restoring vital electrical equipment As another part of the country braces for the impact of a second deadly hurricane this weekend, those in Texas and Louisiana along the Gulf Coast are only beginning to pick up the pieces and attempt to recover from Hurricane Harvey’s devastation. While this is […]

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Section 179

Law has expanded deduction limit for 2016 All businesses need equipment on an ongoing basis, be it machinery, computers, software, office furniture, vehicles, or other tangible goods. Section 179 is designed to make purchasing that equipment during this calendar year financially attractive. Almost a full year ago, the PATH (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes) Act of […]

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