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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How CPA Firms Can Benefit By Teaming With a Cost Segregation Services Expert

Over the years, cost segregation has steadily grown to become one of the most valuable tax-savings tools. CPA firms recognize the value in cost segregation studies because they know a

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Cost Segregation Study Provides For Immediate Expense Of Leasehold Improvements

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

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What Information Needs To Be Collected For A Cost Segregation Study?

What Information Needs To Be Collected For A Cost Segregation Study? Whether you are a business owner, commercial property owner or an investor, cost segregation studies are critical to uncovering

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AIA Webinar to Address Tax Credit Changes, Highlight New Opportunities

As an architect or engineer, are you certain you are taking advantage of cost-reduction opportunities available to you under federal tax regulations? For example, under the Tax Extender bill approved

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Start-Up Companies Should Take Advantage of the R&D Tax Credit this Tax Season

If you are an entrepreneur with a new business that is developing products to bring to market, the federal Research and Development (R&D) tax credit can benefit you. Historically, the R&D

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Which Properties Make Sense for a Cost Segregation Study?

As a property owner, cost segregation is one of the best ways for you to uncover potential tax savings and increase your cash flow through the reclassification and faster depreciation

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Manufacturers Can Benefit from the R&D Tax Credit

Are you engaged in manufacturing activities that introduce or improve processes or products? If so, you are likely to qualify for valuable, federal Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credits. What’s

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Bill H.R.1865 (H.R. 1865) Passed Includes Extension of 179D and 45L

The real estate industry was rewarded this week with the passing of Omnibus Appropriations Bill H.R.1865 (H.R. 1865). Of most significance, the bill extends several real estate-related tax provisions through

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Can You Benefit from a Cost Segregation Study?

Many property owners and real estate investors are familiar with the term “cost segregation” but may not know whether they can take advantage of accelerated depreciation for valuable cost savings.

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The Growing Value of Cost Segregation Services for CPA Clients

In 2014, cost segregation services made Accounting Today’s list of top niche services for increasing business for the first time in 15 years. Since then, the niche has grown into

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How to Choose the Right R&D Tax Credit Partner for Your CPA Firm

As a CPA firm, you understand the tremendous tax savings that research and development (R&D) tax credits offer to your clients and your firm. While the activities your client undertakes

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Engineered Tax Services Receives Best Specialist Tax Engineering Service Provider Award

CEO of Engineered Tax Services Inc., Julio Gonzalez received the 2019 Global Excellence Award for Best Specialist Tax Engineering Services Provider.

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Can Your Engineering Firm Qualify for the R&D Tax Credit?

Did you know that your engineering firm could qualify for the federal Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit? The R&D tax credit is meant to incentivize companies to invest in innovation

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What Property Owners Should Understand About Cost Segregation Post-Tax Reform

Real estate is one of the only U.S. investments that can be depreciated for tax savings as long as property owners understand and utilize cost segregation to maximize their cost

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