Tax Alert: Brief Summary for the Proposed Sec. 199A Regs

Today, Engineered Tax Services provides a quick summary of the 184 pages of regulations released by the IRS this week, more to follow… The term “trade or business” is the

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ETS Joins National Multi-Family Housing Council’s Political Action Committee

This week Engineered Tax Services (ETS) and Gonzalez Family Office (GFO), continued their joint work with the National Multi Housing Council, (NMHC). Last week ETS participated in the NMHC research

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How Can You Benefit From Bonus Depreciation?

If you are a property owner, then you can benefit from bonus depreciation. Bonus depreciation is eligible on qualifying property with a class-life of 20 years or less. What is

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Specialty Tax Incentives for Engineers and Architects

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. 

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Tax Benefits for Property Investors

Real estate investing can sometimes be a risky venture, especially in today’s economy. Engineered Tax Services (ETS) will help you strengthen your investments and increase ROI through our specialty tax services.

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Tax Reform Expert Supports Trump’s Tax and Economy Presentation Today in Hialeah

This morning, President Donald Trump visited Hialeah to talk about taxes and the economy. The President embraced the Hispanic community – which is close to tax reform expert and CEO

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Alright, so you just bought or built a commercial property. Maybe it's a 70-room hotel or a 5-star resort or even an enormous office complex.  Whether you spent $5 million

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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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Cost Segregation Services are IRS-sanctioned techniques allowing businesses to accelerate depreciation on their facilities. In short, Cost Segregation Services and Cost Segregation Studies can substantially reduce income taxes by increasing depreciation allowances.

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