Welcome to our portfolio of tax incentive case studies. At Engineered Tax Services, we have a proven track record of helping businesses across various industries maximize their tax savings. Our portfolio showcases our expertise in identifying and implementing strategic tax incentives that have resulted in substantial financial benefits for our clients.
Our case studies span a wide range of industries and tax incentives. From cost segregation studies to R&D tax credits, 179D energy tax deductions and more, we have helped businesses navigate the complexities of the tax system and leverage these incentives to their advantage. Our portfolio serves as a testament to our team's expertise and the tangible results we deliver.
As you explore our portfolio, you'll gain insights into the various tax incentives available and how they can be applied to different industries and business scenarios. Each case study provides a comprehensive overview of the tax incentive utilized, the process we followed and the outcomes achieved. These case studies serve as a valuable resource for businesses looking to understand the potential benefits of strategic tax planning and the utilization of specialty tax services.
We invite you to delve into our portfolio and discover the potential for tax savings through strategic tax incentives. Whether you're a business owner looking to optimize your tax strategy or a CPA seeking a reliable partner for specialty tax services, our portfolio offers valuable insights into what you can expect when you work with us.
$1,815,553.37 in first year tax savings This self-storage facility in Stuart, Florida was purchased for $8.2 million in 2021. Taking the straight-line depreciation rate, it
$368,837.70 in first year tax savings Purchased in 2020 for $2.2 million, this retail property in San Diego, California was on track to reach a
$815,775.09 in first-year tax savings Ordinarily, this $2.5 million retail pharmacy in Joliet, Illinois would have depreciated by $64,100 in the year it was purchased
$ 302,914.22 in first year tax savings Purchased in 2021 for $900,000, this Kalamazoo, Michigan office building would have generated a first-year depreciation value of
$1,611,022.75 in first year tax savings This Laguna Hills, California dental office was purchased in 2019 for $4.2 million. Without cost segregation, it would have
$323,304.56 in first year tax savings Located in Vista, California, these $883,200 apartments were purchased in 2021. They were on track to generate a first-year
$711,202.99 in first year tax savings Without a cost segregation study, this Fort Valley, Georgia retail property (purchased in 2020 for $2 million) would have
$395,121.65 in first year tax savings This $1.5 million industrial property was purchased in Grovetown, Georgia in 2021. Taking the straight-line depreciation value, it would
$332,967.48 in first year tax savings If investors had taken the straight-line depreciation value, this hardware store in Clinton, Iowa (purchased in 2020) would have
$2,407,081.37 in first year tax savings Built at a cost of $7.7 million in 2020, this fitness center in Vineland, New Jersey would have generated
$274,231.53 in first year tax savings This Montrose, Colorado retail business was purchased in 2021 for $1.1 million. Without a cost segregation study, it would
$6,853,737.35 in first year tax savings Having been purchased in 2018 for $13.1 million, this storage facility in Tigard, Oregon was on track to generate
$1,300,000 in first year tax savings Without a cost segregation study, this retail building in Spring, Texas (purchased in 2018 for $7.7 million) would have