Kingpin wrote:Nice, though... If I had to make one alteration, let's borrow something from Backdraft:
The camera holds on Ecto-1 as it starts speeding uptown as the city slides into dusk, we continue to watch the flashes of blue as the camera begins to raise upwards from street level, ending on a skyline shot of 21st Century Manhattan as the 21st Century Ghostbusters get to work.
Then we have an End Credits Scene.
Int. Firehouse - Night
Callie, Grooberson, and Zeddemore are sitting at a table. Talking to a silhouetted figured.
Thanks for agreeing to meet with us. I know it's been a while.
Yeah, we really appreciate it. We had to sell my grandfather's Summerville Farmhouse to get this business up and running again. We want to make sure that we take advantage of every tax break we can so that the sale of it is not in vain.
The camera cuts to:
My pleasure guys! This is so exciting! So, instead of deducting $5,000 in your first year, you may amortize all startup costs over 15 years, taking the same deduction each year. For example, if your startup costs are $45,000, you could deduct $3,000 a year for 15 years. You can also wait to recover your startup costs until you sell your business or close the business, but most business owners don't want to wait that long to get the tax benefit from these startup costs. And ideally you won't close Ghostbusters down again.
In addition to the $5,000 startup deduction, you can deduct up to $5,000 for your business organizational expenses, up to $50,000. Organizational costs are those costs involved in forming the limited liability company and they would include legal fees and other expenses for registering your business legal type and creating agreements with co-owners.
Louis pauses, and looks at Callie and Grooberson sheepishly.
Any chance you guys are planning on hiring anybody?
Cut to black.