Bonus depreciation is back in the spotlight with the announcement of a $12.000 bonus depreciation for 2018.

It is a great sign for companies who have been struggling to cash in on the new year’s tax holiday.

But if you’re a company like Uber or Airbnb, you should be prepared for the loss of up to $4,500 in 2017.

The good news is that Uber and Airbnb will be able to deduct up to 50% of their 2017 bonus depreciation in 2019, meaning the net profit they earned in 2017 will not be affected.

This will give them enough money to keep their bonuses up while still maintaining a strong dividend.

However, there are still a few factors that could cause you to miss out on the $12k bonus depreciation, including: • Uber or other Uber-like ride sharing companies have had a significant impact on the growth of their businesses.

Uber has had a massive impact on growth in its hometown, but it’s also been impacted by competition.

While Lyft has had some of the best growth in the US in recent years, Uber and Lyft have also seen a significant growth in other cities around the world.

It’s easy to forget that Uber’s drivers are just like any other Uber driver.

In the future, if you work for Uber, it might be a good idea to take your business to a local Lyft, because you will be the one earning the full $12K bonus.

• The bonus depreciation rules only apply to the 2017 tax year, so it is possible that you’ll not see a benefit.

However it’s unlikely that Uber or any other ride sharing company will be using the 2017 bonus to reduce expenses in 2019.

In fact, Uber might have a tax incentive to use the 2017-2019 tax year to reduce costs and improve their business.

This means that you will likely see the same net profit that you would have made in 2018.

• If you have a lot of business expenses, you might be better off saving them and paying the tax rate on the 2017 income instead of the 2018 income.

This would mean that you’d only have to pay the tax on the 2018 tax year and not the 2017 year.

You might not realize it, but your taxes will increase if you use the 2018 rate of tax to pay for your 2017 expenses.

This is why it’s important to think ahead and decide if you can afford to do this.

It can be easy to make the wrong decision and miss out if you pay a higher tax rate than you actually paid in 2018, so always check with your accountant or accountant’s assistant for advice on what is the best course of action.