$3,949,404.10 in first year tax savings This office building in Palm Beach, Florida, purchased in 2018 for $14.8 million, was set to generate a first-year
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These three National Guard buildings in Johnston, IA were constructed using energy-efficient materials and techniques. As a result, they qualified for 179D energy tax deductions.
This Miami, Florida office building was purchased in 2018 for $3.3 million. Without a cost segregation study, it would have depreciated by $55,385 in the
$1,688,780.11 in first year tax savings Without a cost segregation study, this $5 million office building in Kirtland, OH would have generated a first-year depreciation
$662,914.87 in first year tax savings A cost segregation study increased the first-year depreciation rate for this $2.5 million office building in Portland, Oregon (purchased
Building Component Tax Benefit Nebraska Aviation Facility (70,486 sq. ft.) HVAC ($0.60) $42,291.60 Building Envelope ($0.60) $42,291.60 Total Building $84,383.20 ETS
$4,409,456.95 in first year tax savings Purchased in 2018 for $14 million, this office building in Rochester, New York would have generated a first-year depreciation
$1,808,710.13 in first year tax savings Without a Cost Segregation Study on a $7 Million Office Building in Miramar, FL purchased in 2018 would have
$298,295.15 in first year tax savings Without a Cost Segregation study, a $600,000 Restaurant in Kennewick, WA, purchased in 2018 would have gener-ated a 1st
$5,483,132.03 in first year tax savings Without a Cost Segregation Study on a Cost Segregation Study on a $14 Million Dollar Office Building in Denver,
$299,164.01 in first year tax savings Without a Cost Segregation study, a $1.4 Million Retail and Restaurant Building in Miami, FL, purchased in 2019 would
$480,093.82 in first year tax savings Without a Cost Segregation study, a $1.3 Million Restaurant in Hillside, IL, purchased in 2018 would have generat-ed a
$394,330.18 in first year tax savings Without a Cost Segregation study, a $37.5 million multifamily apartment complex in Richmond, CA purchased in 2016 would have
By applying cost segregation, property investors accelerate depreciation, reduce tax liability and increase their bottom line. This aids in future benefits via abandonment, repairs, routine maintenance and