A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on a one story building, approximately 15,000 square feet of medical office and lab center, in Jupiter,

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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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North Carolina Cost Segregation Study Car Repair Facility A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on a car repair facility in Shelby, NC. The resulting

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Self Storage Facility, North Carolina COST SEGREGATION STUDY Related Article: Tax Tools Every Self-Storage Owner Must Know! A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed

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A cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements was performed on an apartment complex in Baytown, TX. The resulting benefit included a 34.91% combined reclassification of 39-year

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Have you considered cost segregation studies in the past, but they were too expensive, with too little guidance for an accepted study? Times have changed. You can now consider a

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Do you own a restaurant or a chain of restaurants? Using cost segregation is a great way to improve your cash flow. How does cost segregation work, and will it

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The Financial Values of “Today” for CPAs [blockquote align=”right”]Would you Rather Get Your Money Back Today or in 39 Years? [/blockquote]We are all too familiar with sayings like “I will do it

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Learn About the Synergies between Cost Segregation and Construction Tax Planning

I will be doing several significant improvements to a commercial buildings and have been considering cost segregation. A colleague informed me that I should also consider incorporating construction tax planning.

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TAX FLASH:  If there is a net loss generated from the cost segregation study, that loss can be carried back.  A net operating loss (NOL) is the excess of business

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