On December 3, the House passed a one year extension package of the expired tax breaks and on December 16, the Senate renewed the 55-tax incentive package retroactively back to

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On December 3, the House passed a one year extension package of the expired tax breaks and on December 16, the Senate renewed the 55-tax incentive package retroactively back to

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Recently Demolished or Renovated Your Building? You May Be Depreciating Non-Existent Retired Assets. Open your books and exorcise the ghosts that may be haunting your bottom line! Too often, we

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Congress returned from recess on Sept. 8th and may be forced to tackle the 50+ provisions that expired at the end of 2013. However, legislation probably will not be passed

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As a commercial property investor/owner, there are several IRS-sanctioned tax benefits within your reach designed to uncover hidden value and profitability within your investments. We specialize in assisting property investment

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179D Tax Deduction Lexington, KY Government Building An energy tax certification was performed on a Kentucky educational facility following the installation of energy efficiency assets which qualified for a $185,794

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An energy tax certification was performed on a newly renovated Virginia educational facility following the installation of energy efficient assets.  The qualifying benefit resulted in a $146,700 179D tax deduction

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179D and 45L Energy Tax Incentives The Energy Policy Act of 2005, aka, 179D was enacted in late 2005 and recently extended through December 31, 2016. This incentive provides MANY

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Engineered Tax Services marries the science of engineering with the principles of tax and accounting. As the leading energy engineering and specialty tax firm, ETS provides CPA strategic service partnership

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Changing Tax Codes Make Real Estate Investments the Most Viable Investment – No Other Investment in the U.S. Comes Close Article written by Julio P. Gonzalez, CEO, Engineered Tax Services, Inc.

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