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A Cost Segregation study is a federal income tax tool that increases your near-term cash flow in the form of a deferral. The result is that you can accelerate the return on capital investment.
The R&D Tax Credit is a permanent federal tax incentive meant to stimulate innovation, technical design and manufacturing within the U.S. Two-thirds of U.S. states also offer an R&D tax credit.
Builders, owners and developers of residential homes and apartment buildings have the opportunity to earn tax credits for energy efficiency, if their properties meet certain qualifications.
The 179D Energy Policy Act certification calculates the tax deduction achieved from the installation of energy-efficient assets, including HVAC, building envelope and lighting.
Tax court decisions, which have changed the way companies treat improvements to tangible property, are generating significant tax benefits for many business owners.
Pre-construction tax planning services offers the best way to ensure that you get the most benefit BEFORE construction begins. We will evaluate your project to ensure that you qualify.
When you undertake demolition or renovate a building to tear out lighting, HVAC units, and other components, they are abandoned or retired from the building. As such, their book value can be treated as a business deduction.
Tax controversies can be complex, and they can result in exceptionally negative consequences when not handled properly. Whether problems occur on the federal or state level, it’s important to have experts on your side!
Federal tax law offers an effective incentive to taxpayers who contribute to the preservation of our nation’s historic buildings. By rehabilitating directly or investing in the rehabilitation of eligible buildings, taxpayers can take advantage of one of two tax credits.
The Opportunity Zones tax incentive was included as part of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to provide developers with the opportunity to defer capital gains and help develop distressed communities through qualified opportunity zones (QOZs).
As a business owner, it is critical to stay abreast of legislative and regulatory changes that affect your tax and compliance obligations. In fact, managing political risk is a growing imperative for effective corporate governance and business planning.
In 2004, Congress enacted the Domestic Production Activities Deduction starting in 2005. The value of that deduction has tripled in the ensuing years and may now significantly increase your client’s tax savings.
An insurance appraisal is a replacement cost analysis which provides an accurate estimate of the amount of insurance required to replace each structure and/or amenity exactly as it stands on the day the report was prepared.
A Property Condition Assessment (PCA) involves a team of specialists to inspect government/public, commercial, and private facilities. ETS will perform a physical walk-through inspection of the facility to determining the condition of each building system.