Cost Segregation Case Study: Purchase and renovate a property, gain financial benefits

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Download our cost segregation case study to see how a manufacturing company that purchased and renovated a property was able to benefit from conducting a cost segregation study. And if you haven’t already, check out our infographic and FAQs to see how cost segregation can increase your manufacturing and distribution company’s cash flow and reduce […]

Get your piece of the depreciation pie now with a cost segregation study

If your business is depreciating the entire cost of a building over a 39 (or 27.5) year period, you should consider a cost segregation study. It might allow you to accelerate depreciation deductions on certain items, thereby reducing taxes and boosting cash flow. And under current law, the potential benefits of a cost segregation study […]

Cost Segregation: Frequently Asked Questions

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If your company is planning to build, purchase or renovate a building, or has done so in the past several years, a cost segregation study is a powerful tool that may help boost your cash flow and decrease your tax liability. These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) were designed to help you determine whether a cost […]

Cost Segregation Infographic: Tax Advantages of Your Property

If your company is planning to build, purchase or renovate a building, or has done so in the past several years, a cost segregation study is a powerful tool that may help boost your cash flow, reduce your tax burden and save your company significant money. Check out this infographic below to learn if you […]

Cost Segregation Case Study: How Companies Can Benefit

Cost segregation is a profit boosting strategy that can increase your company’s cash flow and reduce your tax burden. Download our cost segregation case study to see how an apartment owner, retail company and a manufacturer boosted profits and benefitted from conducting a cost segregation study.

TCJA Expands Section 179 Expensing Strategies

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) expanded the definition of qualified property for immediate expensing under Section 179 to include certain improvements for nonresidential buildings. Internal Revenue Code section 179(f)(2) identifies costs for roofing, fire protection, alarm systems, security systems and HVAC property as being eligible for Section 179 expensing if the new improvement […]

Cost segregation studies can benefit your estate

If you own a building or have renovated a building in the last few years, you can likely benefit from a cost segregation study. Cost segregation studies separate real property into various depreciable categories. Most real property is depreciated over 27.5 years (for residential rental) or 39 years (for nonresidential). By performing a cost segregation […]

Cost Segregation For Financial Institutions Infographic

If your financial institution is planning to purchase or renovate a building, or has done so in the past several years, a cost segregation study is a powerful tool that may help boost your cash flow, reduce your tax burden and save your organization significant money.