At KBKG, we are passionate about helping business owners and accounting professionals across the DFW metroplex. Our local value-added tax services focus on cost segregation and the R&D tax credit. Our DFW-based KBKG engineers and tax experts have performed thousands of tax projects resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in benefits for our clients.
We encourage our employees to invest in their local communities. Our DFW office is actively involved with 6 Stones, a charitable organization that transforms lives, homes, and the community. Our DFW team has participated in the 6 Stones Community Powered Revitalization (CPR) programs for the past four years, working in a local community to help homeowners who are struggling to make necessary home repairs. It’s been a blessing for our team to volunteer together and to see hope restored and lives impacted by these efforts.
Recent News from DFW
Eddie Price and Sabrina Turner represented KBKG at Dallas CPA Convergence on April 29, 2019. This annual conference offers informative sessions led by professionals in accounting and financial services industries. “We enjoyed connecting with old friends and meeting lots of new folks at Convergence 2019″ – Eddie Price Eddie Price and Sabrina Turner are part … Read More
Momentum may be building in Congress towards correcting a significant clerical error in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). The error, known to some as the “retail glitch,” prevents investments in qualified improvement property (QIP) from qualifying for bonus depreciation. The correction would reduce the recovery period for QIP from 39 years to 15 … Read More
Eddie Price, Director of KBKG, a nationwide tax credits, incentives, and cost recovery firm, was recently elected to the board of directors for non-profit organization, the American Society of Cost Segregation Professionals (ASCSP), for a subsequent two-year term. ASCSP was founded in 2006 to address the growing need for credentials, technical standards, education, and a … Read More
This article is featured in Accounting Today and Tax Pro Today. On August 8th, 2018 the IRS published proposed regulations (REG-104397-18) that provide guidance regarding the additional first year depreciation deduction under section 168(k) of the Internal Revenue Code (Code). These proposed regulations reflect changes made to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) to … Read More
Tax preparers and their clients often cannot recognize quality differences among cost segregation service providers, leading to buying decisions based on who proposes the lowest fee or promises the highest tax benefit. However, the real test of quality is how the cost segregation results stand up in an IRS audit. What are the consequences of … Read More
For the most up-to-date information on Qualified Improvement Property, see our latest post. Many tax professionals are still unclear about the newest classification of building improvements eligible for bonus depreciation when placed in service on or after January 1, 2016. That’s understandable considering there has been over a dozen additions or changes to rules relating … Read More
Each year, tax professionals who deal with real estate must evaluate the most recent building expenditures and determine which items should be written off as a repair expense or capitalized. The most common, and often significant, item that is evaluated is roofing-related work. In many cases, only a portion of the roofing system is replaced, … Read More
Internal Revenue Service in Action on Action on Decision 2017-02 announced that it will continue to litigate the issue surrounding placed in service dates for certain buildings that have received their certificate of occupancy but aren’t ready and available for their “specifically assigned function.” In the case of a retail building, the IRS appears to … Read More
The new Qualified Improvement Property category put into effect in 2016 by the PATH Act will have a broad impact on almost all real estate owners for the near future by increasing the likelihood real property capital expenditures are eligible for bonus depreciation. Qualified Improvement Property (QIP) is defined as any improvement to an interior … Read More