CPA firms must find ways to differentiate their services to remain competitive in the marketplace. Especially during unpredictable economic times, what can you be doing to find new revenue streams?
There are two primary methods for expensing real estate costs: the traditional straight-line method and an engineering-based cost segregation method. Cost segregation, particularly now, renders a variety of benefits for
The year 2020 will be recorded as a time of volatility and market disruption—not to mention a presidential election that changed which party controls the executive branch. Long before COVID-19
Cost segregation is an important strategic tax tool that can help commercial real estate owners and investors increase cash flow and lower their tax liability through accelerated depreciation deductions and
Many commercial property owners are familiar with cost segregation as a tool to achieve faster depreciation of building components—all leading to valuable cost savings. Through cost segregation, which is the
Property owners across the real estate spectrum are always looking for ways to reduce their tax liabilities and increase cash flow. Now, as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to strain
The CARES Act economic stimulus package approved by Congress includes a tremendous opportunity for property owners to take 100% bonus depreciation for qualified improvement property (QIP) retroactively. Specifically, property owners
Many people think of cost segregation as a tax tool that can benefit commercial property owners. However, a cost segregation study can identify opportunities for faster tax depreciation for owners