[blockquote]Without engineering-based tax services, auto dealership commercial property owners are unable to take full advantage of the tax law; therefore, they surrender maximum ROI to the IRS.[/blockquote] [hr] Real estate

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When Congress returns in September from its summer recess, we will enter the final and most critical phase of our campaign to extend the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA). Months

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A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on an apartment complex in Baytown, TX. The resulting benefit included a 34.91% combined reclassification of 39-year

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Have you considered cost segregation studies in the past, but they were too expensive, with too little guidance for an accepted study? Times have changed. You can now consider a

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As we roll into the final weeks for tax extension filings, be aware of doors that may be closing! Remember under the final treasury regulations pertaining to the tangible property,

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Real estate investing can be a risky venture — especially in today’s economy. Engineered Tax Services (ETS) can help you strengthen your investments and increase your Return on Investment through

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An energy tax certification was performed on a renovated parking garage facility placed into service in 2013 following the installation of energy efficient lighting. This facility qualified for the full

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Utility Tax Reductions and/or Exemptions Help Capture Substantial Immediate Savings and Retroactive Cash Refunds THE ISSUE Most states and local jurisdictions assess sales or other excise taxes on the purchase of

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Julio Gonzalez, CEO of Engineered Tax Services (ETS), recently joined the President’s Council for The Real Estate Roundtable. Julio has been a pioneer in the engineering tax services industry and

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Published by Accounting Today, the “next generation” cost segregation study has become the most powerful tax tool for real estate clients as a result of the newly revised tangible property regulations

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