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Tue, Jul 06, 2004

NBAA: Congress Mulls Potential Aircraft Deduction Limitations

Would Nullify Some Aspects Of Bonus Depreciation

The NBAA warns lawmakers in Washington are eyeing the corporate jet as a possible source of additional revenue for the US Treasury.

Current legislation includes the Corporate Jet Tax Reform Act of 2004 (HR 4352) and an amendment to a recently-passed Jumpstart Our Business Strength (JOBS) Act that would serve to counter-balance the positive effect of the bonus depreciation provision that already is an approved part of the act. These bills would limit the deductions a company can take if corporate aircraft are used for personal flights.

In a release to ANN, the NBAA says it's "actively working to educate lawmakers on the valid reasons for personal use of corporate aircraft, the negative effects of this legislation and the reimbursement/payment limitations placed on companies operating under FAR Part 91."

FMI: http://web.nbaa.org/public/govt

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