National Tax Expert and CEO of Engineered Tax Services, Inc., Julio Gonzalez, shares his expertise on cost segregation and tax reform for the Family Office Real Estate Magazine. For further
If you are an engineer or architect, you may unknowingly be missing out on some specialty tax incentives. Most utility companies also offer custom energy incentives to architects and builders.
We have outlined some very important items developers should take into consideration in order to achieve the energy efficient standards for the 45L tax credit. Of course, there are a
The Final Tangible Property Repair Regulations are here to stay and provide significant benefits to taxpayers. Under these “TPR’s,” taxpayers must account for their annual expenses relating to: Materials &
Every business located in the US (or Puerto Rico) performing manufacturing activities (not just distillers, brewers, and vintners) should consider the 9% IRC § 199 deduction. The IRC § 199
Why EPAct Benefits Public Entities Several Architectural firms have discussed EPAct with their School and City clients. When a Public Entity agrees to sign the EPAct gifting letter, the Architect
Tax Incentives for the Design & Build Industry As an architect or engineer, there are a number tax incentives available to better your bottom line as well as help your
Study Details – Hotel Purchase & Improvements: Engineered Tax Services performed a cost segregation engineering review of building components and site improvements on a 3-story 50,000 sq. ft. hotel in