Broaster Celebrates 60 Years - Gets NEW Look!

There's so much that's NEW at Broaster Company, it's hard to know where to begin!

Maybe the easiest way to start is with the website - It's ALL NEW. Definitely worth the time to take a look. It's hard to believe that Broaster Chicken has been an American favorite for 60 years! 

                    Chicken Perfected!

                    Chicken Perfected!

  • New Logos, New Packaging
  • Enhanced and Expanded Branded Food Concepts - No Franchise Fees!
  • Genuine Broaster Chicken Program
  • Broaster Express Program.... "Why People Cross the Road"
  • New "Grab N Go" Cup Program
  • Smart Phone App - Find a location near you!

 

  • If your Broaster Pressure Fryer isn't new and you would like to be a part of our branded programs, you must first have your used equipment "certified" by us and serviced by one of our authorized agencies. Plus training fees will apply. This is to ensure your safety, operating efficiency, and our product consistency. Buying USED equipment may cost you more money in the long run. Contact us first.
  • Use of the Broaster tradenames and logos are only authorized to our licensed trademark operators. [Did you know, you won't find broast, broasted, broaster, broasting in the dictionary? That's because all of these words are registered trademarks - not cooking terms.]

CONTACT us today and we'll show you "WHY PEOPLE CROSS THE ROAD" FOR GENUINE BROASTER CHICKEN. You are only a CLICK away from making money!

Thanks for reading!

Lynn

 

REDUCE YOUR FEDERAL TAX LIABILITY

The best way to reduce your federal tax liability is to purchase equipment for your business.

TAX CODE SECTION 179 - EXPENSE ELECTION 2013

Taxpayers can elect to expense the cost of qualifying property. The aggregate cost that can be expensed (deducted) by regular taxpayers under Code Sec. 179 for any tax year cannot exceed:

....$500,000 for tax years beginning in 2013

....$25,000 for tax years beginning after 2013

Notice the drastic drop in the amount that can be expensed ....2013 vs. 2014!

If your business will show a profit by the end of the year, you can reduce the amount of tax you will pay if you purchase equipment for your business. [You can only write off the purchase if you have a profit.In order for the purchase to qualify, you must be invoiced and paid in full by December 31st. It's okay if the equipment is delivered after the New Year. 

AS WITH ANY IMPORTANT BUSINESS DECISION, PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR FINANCIAL ADVISER TO DISCUSS WHAT IS BEST FOR YOUR BUSINESS.

Put your 'hard earned' dollars to work for YOU!... Invest in your business.

SHORT ON CASH? DON'T WANT TO USE YOUR CASH? NO PROBLEM. We can assist you with financing that will allow you to keep your cash reserve and still take advantage of the year-end deduction!

Let us show you 'the way.'  

New things are coming! Stay tuned!!