What is a Fixed Asset Depreciation Review?

A fixed asset review evaluates a company's federal tax depreciation schedule over the last 20 years and assigns the appropriate tax lives to misclassified assets. While a Cost Segregation Study focuses on buildings, a Fixed Asset Review encompasses all fixed assets a company owns, including real property, machinery, furniture, fixtures, and equipment. Misclassifications are generally caused due to changes to case law, use of "book" lives for tax purposes, or the in-depth knowledge necessary to determine correct lives.

What are the Benefits of a Fixed Asset Depreciation Review?

The result of a KBKG Fixed Asset Review is immediate and substantial cash flow by way of accelerating deductions on assets that were previously placed in service with longer tax lives. Other benefits include accurate reporting of book-tax differences and accurate tax filings.

Immediate and substantial cash flow

Accurate reporting of book-tax difference

Accurate tax filings

Fixed Asset Experts


If you have more than $50 million dollars in fixed assets on your ledger that was never fully reviewed in detail by a third-party specialist, a Fixed Asset Capitalization Review could benefit you.

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