ETS Joins National Multi-Family Housing Council’s Political Action Committee

This week Engineered Tax Services (ETS) and Gonzalez Family Office (GFO), continued their joint work with the National Multi Housing Council, (NMHC). Last week ETS participated in the NMHC research

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The History of Cost Segregation

You may hear the term “cost segregation” and know that it is a specialty tax study, but do you know the history? In the past, a building was treated as

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Hotel Owners Can Increase ROI with Specialty Tax Incentives

Are you a hotel owner? If so, you can increase your return on investment (ROI) with specialty tax incentives, such as cost segregation for accelerated depreciation and reduced tax liability.

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Cost Segregation Tax Savings On Newly Purchased or Constructed Buildings

Did you know that you can experience tax savings and ROI on contracted or newly purchased buildings? Each building has value, and over time that value lowers due to normal

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Cost Segregation From An IRS Standpoint

After more than 40 years of court rulings and legislative acts affecting the Investment Tax Credit, cost segregation has become a complex niche incentive within real estate. To fully understand

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Use Cost Segregation to Increase Your Real Estate Cash Flow

As real estate development continues to soar, property owners are becoming more educated on tax tools – like depreciation – to reduce their costs. Cost segregation increases cash flow in

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What is a Specialty Tax Study?

Did you know that a specialty tax study could bring you a multitude of tax savings? You may be missing out if you do not know what a specialty tax

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Your Apartment Can Benefit from Cost Segregation

Cost Segregation for Apartment Buildings If you are the owner of an apartment building, you can take advantage of significant deductions via cost segregation. That’s because cost segregation is the

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Cost Segregation: The Different Approaches to Cost Estimation

At Engineered Tax Services, a qualified engineer always performs a site visit for your cost segregation study. This helps to gather all details for cost estimation, as well as avoid

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Types of Cost Segregation Studies

Many different case scenarios can utilize cost segregation studies. Taxpayers who own properties, purchase existing properties, and construct new properties can all benefit from the tax laws that allow cost

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