Cost Segregation Study Benefit for this Florida Medical Facility

Cost Segregation Case Study

A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on a 15,000 sq. ft. medical office and lab center. The resulting benefit included a 35.64% reclassification of 39-Year depreciation class life assets into 5 and 15 year class lives resulting in an accelerated benefit of $598,744 in reclassified assets.

Through our cost segregation studies, we work to uncover potential tax savings and increase cash flow through reclassification and depreciation of property. ETS provides a “Detailed Engineering” review as part of our reporting process, working seamlessly with the IRS and your CPA firm for minimal disruption to your business.

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Michael F. D'Onofrio: Senior VP and Managing Director

Michael is Managing Director at ETS specializing in national client development, relationship management and strategic direction. A frequent speaker and professional educator for CPAs, AIA, USGBC and others with a primary focus on EPAct Federal, State and Local utility energy tax incentives, energy efficiency programs and engineering-based real estate solutions to help Property Owners, Architects and top Accounting Firms across the country benefit from under-utilized tax benefits to increase cash flow and enhance profitability to maximize opportunities for success. For more information, contact Michael F. D'Onofrio

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