Cost Segregation Study Provides For Immediate Expense Of Leasehold Improvements

Landlords and tenants often negotiate to make improvements or alterations to nonresidential rental space so that it becomes more suitable for the prospective tenant’s business needs. In doing so, the landlord or the tenant may be eligible to depreciate the costs associated with these leasehold improvements. Usually, the party that pays for and retains ownership of the leasehold improvements may depreciate them.

 

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Can Cost Segregation Be Used as a Planning Tool in Real Estate Investments?

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