Cost Segregation: A Tax Power Tool

What if you could significantly increase cash flow by accelerating the deduction of depreciating building-related assets? It’s no tax accounting fantasy; it’s what a cost segregation study can achieve for you.

How do I know if it’s right for me?

If you acquired, bought, built, renovated or made land improvements on real property after 1988 you likely qualify. 

We review existing depreciation schedules and/or proposed projects with no up front cost and our general target for recommending a cost segregation study is that the tax savings you enjoy during the first year is at least double the cost of the study.

Share a few details about your project along with your contact information and we’ll get back in touch to explore your opportunities.

Also, see the “How it Works” section to learn more about our approach.

How it Works

Typically, buildings must be depreciated evenly over 27.5 or 39 years. The goal of a cost segregation study is to identify all direct and indirect building-related assets that qualify for shorter depreciable lives—5, 7, or 15 years—to reduce your current tax liability and free up operating capital for other uses. A cost segregation study can also identify costs that may qualify as repair expenses resulting in an immediate write-off. Plus, cost segregation studies are able to properly identify your building components to assist in complying with the new tangible property regulations coming in 2014.  Are you ready for these?

We base every cost segregation study on the most stringent standard and the preferred IRS method: engineering based analysis.

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