If you have installed energy-efficient systems you may be eligible for 179D EPAct

If you have installed energy-efficient lighting systems since 2006, you may be eligible for significant tax benefits Did you know DESIGNERS are eligible for a Federal tax benefit of up to $1.80

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How Architects & Engineers Can Benefit From Specialty Tax Incentives

As an architect or engineer, both you and your clients may be entitled to substantial federal tax incentives. As a result, we are seeing an increasing amount of Architects and Engineers partnering

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This newly constructed hotel building in North Carolina reduced their total annual energy and power costs with respect to the interior lighting, HVAC, and building envelope. ETS performed an engineered-based analysis to

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On Friday, December 19, President Barack Obama signed the “tax extenders” bill into law on a retroactive basis for 2014. This is great news for business owners and design professionals

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On Friday, December 19, President Barack Obama signed the “tax extenders” bill into law on a retroactive basis for 2014. This is great news for business owners and design professionals

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Architects are eligible for a federal tax benefit of up to $1.80 per square foot for the design of energy-efficient public buildings. The three-year look back window for architects to

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COST SEGREGATION ANALYSIS A cost segregation study is a federal income tax analysis that increases your near term cash flow in the form of a deferral, by utilizing shorter recovery

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An energy tax certification was performed on a newly renovated Virginia educational facility following the installation of energy efficient assets.  The qualifying benefit resulted in a $146,700 179D tax deduction

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As an architect or Engineer, both you and your clients may be entitled to substantial federal tax incentives. At Engineered Tax Services (ETS), we partner with Architects and Engineers nationally

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Green by Design – 179D Tax Incentives for Architects Although 179D expired Dec 31, 2013, there are still opportunities to take advantage of this tax credit before it is truly

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