Purchased in 2021 for $4.4 million, this car wash in Marble Falls, TX would have
Case Study : Cost Segregation
Welcome to our extensive collection of cost segregation case studies. At Engineered Tax Services, we specialize in helping businesses across various industries maximize their potential for cost segregation. Our team of experts understands the unique components of various property types, and we work closely with our clients to ensure they accurately depreciate all building components.
Our real-world case studies showcase the potential benefits of cost segregation across a variety of property types, including apartment complexes, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, shopping malls, office buildings, auto shops, restaurants and more.
Whether you’re a property owner, a tax professional or just interested in learning more about cost segregation, our case studies provide valuable insights into the process and benefits of this strategy. Each case study offers a detailed look at how cost segregation can be applied to a specific property type, providing a clear understanding of the potential tax savings.
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This donut shop in Chester, VA was purchased in 2016. Without a cost segregation study,
$659,607.66 in first-year tax savings Purchased in 2021, this retailer in Traverse City, Michigan was
$405,729.24 in first-year tax savings This Irving, Texas restaurant was purchased in 2019 for $840,000.
$543,349.95 in first-year tax savings This $970,000 restaurant in Boiling Springs, South Carolina would have
$207,731.14 in first-year tax savings This residential home in Long Beach, California was purchased in
$1,155,083.28 in first-year tax savings
$368,837.70 in first-year tax savings
$522,181.93 in first-year tax savings
$395,121.65 in first year tax savings Purchased in 2020 for $7.1 million, this winery in