South Florida Building & Facility Maintenance Show & Conference

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Ft. Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center

Join Cindy Lucas, Director, Energy Policy Act 179D, Room A, Gain an understanding of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and recently extended 179D Federal Tax benefits available for the design of energy-efficient buildings:

  • Recognize the benefits for Property Owners, Investors, CPA's, Real Estate Attorneys, Architects, Engineers, Corporations, Energy Consultants and Lighting, HVAC, Roof & Insulation Contractors.
  • Learn how the “Designer” (Architect, Engineer, and Specialty Contractor) qualifies to claim substantial tax benefits under 179D for any public or government-owned buildings.
  • Learn how to take advantage of new energy tax incentives, niche strategies like cost segregation studies and insurance replacement appraisals for valuable tax savings and increased cash flow
  • Understand how these new tax strategies offered by the government, can become an additional value-added service to your clients.

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