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What is Cost Segregation?

A cost segregation study is a federal income tax tool that increases your near term cash flow, in the form of a deferral, by utilizing shorter recovery periods to accelerate the return on capital from your investment in property. Whether newly constructed, purchased or renovated, the components of your building may be properly classified through a cost segregation study into shorter recovery periods for computing depreciation. The study carves out (into 5, 7, and 15 year lives) certain qualifying portions of your building that are normally buried in 39 or 27.5 year categories.

Cost Segregation, 179D, Disposition Studies for a Shopping Center in Boston, Massachusetts
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Cost Segregation, 179D, Disposition Studies for a Shopping Center in Boston, Massachusetts $7,857,148.00 5-Year Cash Benefit for Combined Study Benefit By applying cost segregation, property investors accelerate depreciation, reduce tax More
179D, Cost Segregation, & Tangible Property Repair Regulations for a Warehouse in Phoenix, Arizona
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179D, Cost Segregation, & Tangible Property Repair Regulations for a Warehouse in Phoenix, Arizona $1,670,725.52 in Total Realized Tax Savings By applying cost segregation, property investors accelerate depreciation, reduce tax More
Cost Segregation, Disposition, and Repairs & Maintenance Study for a Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida
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Cost Segregation, Disposition, and Repairs & Maintenance Study for a Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida $1,277,413 in Total Realized Tax Savings Study Details:  Study Details – Hotel Purchase & Improvements:  Engineered More

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