KBKG Tax Insight: Updates to “Qualified Improvement Property”

11/09/2018

With the 2017 tax year behind us, tax professionals are laser focused on the various new rules presented by the recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) effective for the 2018 tax year. One of the most significant changes related to real estate improvements is the new eligibility criteria for qualified improvement property (QIP). The … Read More

An Interesting Thread To Pull; The South Carolina R&D Tax Credit

08/20/2018

Originally published article by Joseph Toppe from South Carolina Manufacturing Group on August 2, 2018. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, “South Carolina is a branch manufacturing state.” They tell us there’s not enough headquartering here, not enough research and development, but what if I told you the Palmetto State has a solution, … Read More

Eddie Price Elected to ASCSP Board of Directors

08/17/2018

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

Partial Disposition Election for Buildings Being Targeted by IRS

06/18/2018

Recently, the IRS Large Business and International division highlighted five issues that it will be targeting in its “compliance campaign” audit strategy this year. One of the issues on its radar is the partial disposition election for buildings and its structural components. Treasury Regulations provide guidelines for recognizing gain or loss on the disposition of … Read More

Bill Reeb, Kip Dellinger, and Michael Platt Join KBKG’s Newly Formed Advisory Board

05/20/2018

KBKG is proud to announce the addition of their prestigious advisory board formed earlier this year. KBKG’s advisory board members are comprised of trusted leaders in the industry known for being changemakers in their career and community. As advocates and ambassadors of KBKG, the board supports the executive and management teams through strategic analysis and … Read More

A Sense of Adventure – The Hanning Family

04/18/2018

KBKG’s southeast director and Cost Segregation expert John Hanning, was recently featured in Milton Neighbor, a local publication from the Milton/Alpharetta area. The piece, by Marchet Butler, beautifully captures the Hanning family and provides an insider’s look into who John is as a person in business and in family life. A Sense of Adventure The … Read More

KBKG Atlanta to Host Grand Opening Celebration Post Tax Deadline

03/21/2018

ATLANTA, March 21, 2018 – KBKG, nationwide tax credits, incentives, and cost recovery firm, announced the opening of its southeast office earlier this year. The new location, situated in Alpharetta, Georgia, is just north of the perimeter in Atlanta. To celebrate, the Atlanta-based team is hosting a grand opening event on Thursday, April 26, 2018. … Read More

KBKG is Excited to Welcome Chad Niehaus to Our Atlanta Office

03/15/2018

We are very pleased to announce that Chad Niehaus has joined KBKG as a Regional Director in our Atlanta office. Chad will be developing new business opportunities and creating customized solutions to meet our clients’ needs. Prior to joining KBKG, Chad worked in the Human Capital Management industry, where his focus was on improving efficiencies … Read More

Join us in Welcoming Chuck Huey to Our Atlanta Team

03/06/2018

We are pleased to announce that Chuck Huey has joined KBKG’s Atlanta team as Senior Manager and leader of the Southeast Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit Services group. Chuck comes to KBKG with 10+ years of working in the Atlanta area, exclusively on R&D tax credits leveraging his experience as an engineer. He has … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: IRS Penalizes Cost Segregation Provider for Aiding and Abetting

03/06/2018

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