Senators propose tax break for restaurant improvements

04/19/2013 | Weekender (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.), The · QSRWeb.com

A bipartisan group of senators including Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey is backing a bill that would permanently extend the tax depreciation period for a variety of restaurant and retail improvements, a measure that would make it easier for eateries to access the capital they need to make improvements. Sponsors and supporters, including the IFA, say the bill would spur creation of both temporary construction jobs and permanent restaurant positions.

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