Tax Planning for 2015 On December 3, 2014, The House passed the one-year extension of the tax extenders package. Once passed by the Senate and signed into law, the House

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The Final Tangible Property Regulations issued by the IRS greatly impact the treatment of costs that relate to building repairs, routine maintenance, retired or removed assets, and building improvements. These

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A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on a 33,401 square feet with a self storage facility with a 10,200 square foot parking area in

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A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on a one story building, approximately 15,000 square feet of medical office and lab center, in Jupiter,

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Provided by the Real Estate Roundtable Republicans picked up at least 8 seats in the Senate and at least a dozen seats in the House, taking control of the both

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Recently Demolished or Renovated Your Building? You May Be Depreciating Non-Existent Retired Assets. Open your books and exorcise the ghosts that may be haunting your bottom line! Too often, we

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Provided by the Real Estate Roundtable Last week, six federal regulatory agencies approved a final rule governing “credit risk retention” for asset-backed securities. Implementation of these risk retention rules is

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To Capitalize or Deduct The IRS issued final guidance to taxpayers in the repair regulations that refines and clarifies the treatment of costs incurred for acquisition, repairs, or improvements of

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Architects are eligible for a federal tax benefit of up to $1.80 per square foot for the design of energy-efficient public buildings. The three-year look back window for architects to

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“Construction tax planning is the best way to ensure that you get the most benefit BEFORE construction begins. “ Construction tax planning uses a proactive approach to identifying additional tax

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