Understand Cost Segregation to Capture All Associated Benefits of Real Estate

What Is Cost Segregation? For over a decade, Engineered Tax Services (ETS) has been reducing the tax liability for business and real estate owners with cost segregation. Some are unaware

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Use Cost Segregation to Maximize Current, Future, and Recently Sold Investments

CPAs have always known that a dollar in their client’s hand today is worth more than the promise of a dollar tomorrow. With that in mind, CPAs have been helping

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Apartment Building Owners Directly Benefit from Cost Segregation

Study Details – Apartment Building Purchase:  Engineered Tax Services performed a cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements on a 21 two-story buildings situated on 8 acres

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Just in time for Halloween, we’ve compiled a list of sinful tax and business practices to clear out any demons! Tax Tips: Asset Depreciation: Straight-line depreciation should be every CPA

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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

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By applying cost segregation, property investors accelerate depreciation, reduce tax liability and increase their bottom line. This aids in future benefits via abandonment, repairs, routine maintenance and overall asset management. ETS performs

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By Heidi Henderson Self-storage owners are missing the boat when it comes to cash flow opportunities they can derive from IRS approved tax strategies. Recent regulations passed by the IRS, coined

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Distribution Warehouse Owner Benefits from Cost Segregation Studies in New Hampshire

A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on a 243,586 square feet distribution warehouse on approximately 11 acres. The cost segregation benefit included a

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Latest News Surrounding Accounting Method Changes, Safe Harbor, Depreciation, and Research Tax Credit

Change to Accounting Methods to Comply with the New Tangible Property Regulations The IRS recently issued two revenue procedures that primarily compile the rules for requesting consent to change accounting

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A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on an office complex that includes 844,692 square feet of rentable space in Connecticut. The resulting benefit included a

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