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Asset Disposition Calculator

Engineered Tax Services has developed this tool as a resource to estimate disposition deductions or Partial Asset Dispositions for fixed assets removed, demolished, retired, or no longer in service. This tool uses the Producer Product Index (PPI) rollback method while applying additional conditions to factor in asset age and condition at the time of removal, increasing the accuracy of the valuation. However, the most detailed and precise method for determining disposition is via a detailed engineering study, or a detailed Cost Segregation study, which is also provided by ETS.

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Our cost segregation studies identify and provide a detailed list of assets to easily capture for future disposition deductions. For a complimentary benefit analysis, click here.

 


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DISCLAIMER:
Engineered Tax Services, Inc. (ETS) does not guarantee, or warrant the accuracy or completeness of the results and specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages resulting from reliance thereon.  ETS makes no effort to independently verify the information users input into the calculator. Those relying on information or results from this site do so at their own risk. Liability claims regarding damage caused by the use of any information provided will therefore be rejected. ETS is not a tax advice expert, as such we do not offer tax advice. The information contained herein is not intended to be legal advice.  The user should consult with a tax attorney or other tax professional before acting in reliance on calculation results or other information contained herein.

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