Tax Incentives Available for Green Building Construction

03/31/2010Tax Insight

Several lucrative federal tax incentives have been extended and enhanced for energy efficient design, construction, and improvement of buildings and homes. Companies that developed properties without necessarily trying to “go green” are often pleasantly surprised to discover that they qualify for these credits and deductions. The types of taxpayers that are likely to benefit from … Read More

Tax Incentives for Green Building Construction

02/26/2010News

Several lucrative federal tax incentives have been extended and enhanced for energy efficient design, construction, and improvement of buildings and homes. Companies that developed properties without necessarily trying to “go green” are often pleasantly surprised to discover that they qualify for these credits and deductions. The types of taxpayers that are likely to benefit from … Read More

Green Incentives: Rewarding the Environment—and Your Bottom Line

11/11/2009News

The federal tax incentives for going green have grown steadily over the past five years, yet many businesses fail to pursue them, leaving many tax credits and deductions on the table. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009 introduced and renewed numerous energy tax breaks … Read More

KBKG is on Twitter!

09/03/2009News

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Depreciation Quick Reference

08/08/2009News

There have been many changes to depreciation laws in the last year that have created some confusion regarding the qualification rules, recovery periods, and the applicability of bonus depreciation. For that reason, KBKG has created a reference table (below) to use as a guide when dealing with real property improvements. Read More

Cost Segregation: A Closer Look at an Emerging Tax Planning Trend

11/20/2007News

Taxpayers and their advisers constantly are looking for ways to legally reduce their taxes by implementing planning solutions that will help them to shelter income against tax. In recent years, cost segregation has emerged as a popular method for reducing taxable income for taxpayers with real estate investments or commercial entities with leasehold improvements. Cost … Read More