“Congressional Intent” – The Senate Finance Committee Republicans

Tax Alert: The Senate Finance Committee Republicans sent a letter yesterday to #Treasury and #IRS providing their “congressional intent” regarding three #TCJA provisions that require technical corrections – QIP, NOL, and the sexual harassment settlement deduction.

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Tax Alert: Brief Summary for the Proposed Sec. 199A Regs

Today, Engineered Tax Services provides a quick summary of the 184 pages of regulations released by the IRS this week, more to follow… The term “trade or business” is the

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Tax Reform Changes Regarding Cost Segregation

Tax Reform Changes Regarding Cost segregationAt Engineered Tax Services, not only are we on top of the cost segregation industry from a technical engineering and accounting standpoint, but also from

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Tax Cuts Impact on Real Estate & Cost Segregation

By: Heidi Henderson, Executive VP of Engineered Tax Services Accountants, Real Estate Investors, Taxpayers, Business Owners and Financial Planners are all scrambling to dive into the recently passed Tax Cuts

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Clean Energy for America Act: Proposed Bill 115th Congress 1st Session S. 1068 on May 4, 2017 By: Heidi Henderson, Executive VP of Engineered Tax Services A proposal bill was

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Section 179D Status Update

Many of our clients have requested updates on the status of IRS Code Section 179D, the Energy Efficient Commercial Building Deduction. This deduction which expired on December 31, 2016 has

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How to Achieve the 45L Home Energy Efficient Tax Credit

We have outlined some very important items developers should take into consideration in order to achieve the energy efficient standards for the 45L tax credit. Of course, there are a

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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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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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