A True Partnership In Cost Segregation

A True Partnership In Cost SegregationEven though we know some CPA firms (this article’s focus) have in-house Cost Segregation services, at Engineered Tax Services, we partner with everyone, even the

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Can You Benefit from a Cost Segregation Study?

Your real estate may be eligible for a cost segregation study, (to help you accelerate depreciation tax deductions) and you may not even know it. Here are some ways to

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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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6 Key Factors to Consider When Evaluating a Property for Cost Segregation

As the real estate market continues to rise, property owners are seeing the need to become more educated on ways to reduce their costs. Knowing that real estate is one

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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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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 evaluate where we have been in years past. Investors who owned real estate

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