Cost Segregation

The Benefits of Cost Segregation Studies

Have you recently purchased a building? Have you done any build-out work on an existing building? Have you recently remodeled? Are your leasehold improvements properly classified for tax purposes? Are you looking to enhance your cash flow? If you answered … read more

Expense Your Property under the De Minimis Safe Harbor

The IRS issued regulations in 2013 & 2014 trying to bring clarity to the many conflicting rules in the area of capitalization vs expensing of business property. These new regulations are commonly called the “tangible property regulations”. The new regulations … read more

Cost Segregation Study Can Increase Your Cash Flow

Cost Segregation: What is it? In simple terms, a Cost Segregation study is a service that reclassifies parts of a commercial property from 39-year life depreciation into 15, 7, and 5-year depreciation lives. Individuals or companies that have purchased, constructed, … read more

Cost Segregation Can Generate Extra Cash Flow

For owners of real estate, a Cost Segregation study can increase the cash flow from the property by accelerating depreciation deductions. How does it work? A Cost Segregation study is the process of analyzing the cost components of a real … read more


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