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I agree with Pete's analysis. What puzzles me (and maybe it's because of the limited facts disclosed) is why would this person want to accelerate the tax liability?

He's talking about a large amount of income in year 1, and then about that same amount in the form of deductions over the lease term (for the rental payments). What am I missing?
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