Two of our most popular services are:
Cost Segregation and Property Tax Mitigation.
Why Is Cost Segregation Important?
This is why…
I’m not sure if you have been following the tax code changes, but, a cost segregation filed with your 2017 taxes is worth 40% more than the one you will file for next year, and thereafter. The value of your depreciation as a whole just took a serious hit with the tax changes, and this is the last year you are allowed to do a “catch up” and reclaim all that money.
Imagine that you purchased a building for $3.9 Million 5 yrs ago. You were estimating depreciation deduction of $100,000 over the next 39yrs. Over the past tax yrs the effective rate was 35%, so you could expect to receive $35k in cash value for 39 yrs during the time that you own it. But with the new Trump tax law, your 35% tax rate has been slashed to 21%, effective 2018 tax year, and on. That Is A 40% Annual Hit To Your Wallet Over The Remaining Life Of Your Property.
I would seriously consider moving on this quickly if I were you.
This is why…
The Commercial Property benefit is a Federal program designed for business owners who own commercial properties, or have performed significant lease hold improvements. This program traces it’s roots as far back as the Tax Reform of 1986, but went through significant changes in 2004 making it more accessible for small and midsize property owners to take advantage of. The most recent changes appeared as late as February 2009 in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. This is an engineered based program that focuses on the components of the building. 90% of all commercial properties qualify for this program. Commercial Property Benefit provides an opportunity to significantly reduce federal taxes and improve cash flow.
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Why Is Property Tax Mitigation Important?
The Benefits Of R&D Tax Credit Study
The Manufacturing Incentives benefit is a Federal program designed for companies that perform manufacturing in the U.S. This program is listed under Section 41 of the IRC (Internal Revenue Code) and continues to be amended on an annual basis as the U.S. manufacturing landscape continues to evolve. This is an engineered based program that focuses on a company’s operations and processes in order to determine their qualification for incentives. The Manufacturing Incentives benefit provides an avenue to receive ‘tax money’ back from prior years while also reducing current taxable income on a dollar-for-dollar basis.
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