The Artful (Tax) Dodger

by Print Decor

Hang works of art in your business and enjoy a tax write off.

I did a Google search of "tax deduction for art investment" and the search results presented results such as "Purchase of artwork by small business of a value of less than $20,000 may be eligible for a complete tax exemption" and "You can claim tax deductions for most business expenses. You may also be eligible for certain concessions, offsets and rebates".

Now I'm not your accountant and would not call this official advice, but if you are a business owner you may want to consider investing in some artistic beauty which could appreciate in value over the years.

available from Print Decor

(as affordable signed and numbered Limited Edition prints)

David Bromley

Slim Aarons

(Collectible open edition prints from Getty Images Gallery London)

Charles Blackman

The Presentation by Charles Blackman

John Olsen

White Rhino by John Olsen

Not a business owner? Well this is the perfect time to make that suggestion to the business owner, and of course as you were the one with the bright idea surely you would be the one to choose the art work !

Adam Cullen

Set of four Growlers by Adam Cullen

Gill Del-Mace

Knife Thrower III by Gill Del-Mace

Jan Neil

Nick Psomiadis

Tommy Watson

Perhaps this would be the perfect time to upgrade your office or home office. Aside from hundreds of prints and art works we have a wonderful eclectic selection of decorative and practical wall mirrors that are currently on sale. See the Print Decor web site for details.

Happy Shopping, Bernie, Print Decor.

Who is the Artful Dodger...

Per Wikipedia "Jack Dawkins, better known as the Artful Dodger, is a character in the Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist. The Dodger is a pickpocket, so called for his skill and cunning in that occupation."