Ask an Expert: More about Cost Segregation Studies

Three frequently asked questions about cost segregation answered by an ETS expert: When should a cost segregation study be preformed? A cost segregation study is best done when a property

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Medical Facility Owners Gain $1,622,280 in Tax Benefits from a Cost Segregation Study

Study Details – Medical Facility Purchase:  Engineered Tax Services performed a cost segregation engineering review of building components on a one-story, 15,838 square foot medical office building. The cost segregation benefit included a reclassification of

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Ask An Expert: What is a Cost Segregation Study?

What is a Cost Segregation Study? The IRS requires an investment property to be depreciated (expensed/ amortized) over either a 27.5 period for rental properties or 39 year period for

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Cost Segregation Study Details – Building Purchase (2016) and Improvements (2017):  Engineered Tax Services performed a cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements on a single story

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Back to the Future: What if Marty McFly Had Been a Property Investor

Back to the Future: What if Marty McFly Had Been a Property Investor In order to keep moving forward and appreciate where we are, you must look back occasionally and

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Q&A: If a condominium complex is a short-term vacation rental, can I still do a cost segregation study?

Question: If I own and rent out a condominium complex as short-term vacation rentals, can I still do a cost segregation study? Answer: Yes. However, short-term rentals vs long-term rentals

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IRS Notice 2017-6 Creates Window of Opportunity to Unlock Tax Savings for Some Taxpayers

The IRS issued Notice 2017-6 to extend the time to make certain changes to comply with the tangible property regulations. This includes making accounting method changes for repair and maintenance

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