Tax Reform Changes Regarding Cost Segregation

At Engineered Tax Services, not only are we on top of the cost segregation industry from a technical engineering and accounting standpoint, but also from a legislative perspective as well.

Recent tax reform has brought on significant changes impacting our real estate clients and the benefits they receive from performing a cost segregation study.

Below you will find specific areas of cost segregation that have been modified or changed. We have organized this information by property type.

This post regarding recent Cost Segregation changes is offered from an educational standpoint.

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