Couldn’t find much except the above that may apply to DME. There is a provision for DME medical devices that the medical waste equipment trailers that may have a surge tax.
Anytime taxs are raised it’s good for corporations. Higher tax’s drive up depreciation “ the goodwill cost to any asset purchased” this in turn allowing those tax’s raised to offset the depreciated cost of consumables as well your fixed assets and wages setting us to be much more competative on the world market. The down side is it lowers the value of the countries currency lowering the buying power for all Americans.
Because equities are tied too the growth of a company and its revenue and its ability to leverage its self on its receivables tax returns based on tax’s that it owes on revenue generated be it by debt “ future tax return “ or equity “ tax returned relative to tax owed paid out today”.
The one that excites me the most is tax’s that are returned based on the past.
A movie by Charles Dickins “ The Christmas Carol “ the early version set in the 1930’s as well the new version being put out by Disney with Jim Leadfoot Carry Canadian actor playing Scrooge is a must see.
The set trailers, props ect. Was all handeled by a franchised off the books entity holding the collateral, debt as well a portion of the receivables, payables and credit on top of the allowable credit and equity of the parent company.
Google Jim Leadfoot Carry to find out more.