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- Able to be depreciated.
2009 August 30, Bill Bradley, “Tax Reform’s Lesson for Health Care Reform”, in New York Times:
- When my turn came, I said, “Mr. President, I know you’re interested in tax reform because when you were an actor, the marginal tax rate was 90 percent — and Mr. President, I’m interested in tax reform because when I was a basketball player, I was a depreciable asset.”