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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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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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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    45L Energy Efficient Tax Credit for Residential Properties The 45L residential tax credit has recently been extended through the end of 2016. This tax credit is equal to

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Provided by Real Estate Roundtable, rer.org End-of-year real estate tax legislation A little after midnight this morning, Congressional leaders released the full text of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes

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A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on residential buildings, approx. 140,201 sq. ft., in Washington. The resulting benefit included a combined 39.37% reclassification

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A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on residential buildings, approx. 140,201 sq. ft., in Washington. The resulting benefit included a combined 39.37% reclassification

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On Tuesday, July 21st, the Senate Committee on Finance scheduled a markup of a bill to extend several dozen expired tax provisions. (View the session here.) See the document below

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On December 3, the House passed a one year extension package of the expired tax breaks and on December 16, the Senate renewed the 55-tax incentive package retroactively back to

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On December 3, the House passed a one year extension package of the expired tax breaks and on December 16, the Senate renewed the 55-tax incentive package retroactively back to

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