commissions paid on a commercial lease - capitalize or expense?

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    Commissions paid on commercial leases should normally be capitalized and amortized over the life of the lease. However, I have come across several articles which state that below a certain amount paid per tenant ($5,000?), it is acceptable to take the expense when paid. Thoughts?
     
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