The United States Chamber reported today that Congress finally passed the Bipartisan Budget Act. They added that there are three important things everyone should know: Congress Just Crossed-Off a Large

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Clean Energy for America Act: Proposed Bill 115th Congress 1st Session S. 1068 on May 4, 2017 By: Heidi Henderson, Executive VP of Engineered Tax Services A proposal bill was

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Many of our clients have requested updates on the status of IRS Code Section 179D, the Energy Efficient Commercial Building Deduction. This deduction which expired on December 31, 2016 has

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TAX TIPS AND STRATEGIES: PART 1 “While working through those April 15th tax returns, remember you are your client’s quarterback to a successful investment. Ensure you are utilizing your engineering-based

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The Future of 179D and 45L Energy Tax Incentives Regarding requests for updates on the status of 179D and 45L extensions, unfortunately the answer is still nothing yet! But here

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Today is the Summer Solstice sparking the first day of summer. Nearly half of all energy bills are a direct result of heating and cooling consumption. With the summer heat

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Performing the proper due diligence is crucial to the process of selecting a specialty tax provider. As you begin your search for a firm, consider the items below.  At Engineered

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Real Estate Tax Strategies Published on speaker.com by US Family Office Real Estate Julio Gonzalez with the Gonzalez Family Office and Engineered Tax Services discusses tax strategies for family offices

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Why EPAct Benefits Public Entities Several Architectural firms have discussed EPAct with their School and City clients.  When a Public Entity agrees to sign the EPAct gifting letter, the Architect

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Tax Incentives for the Design & Build Industry As an architect or engineer, there are a number tax incentives available to better your bottom line as well as help your

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