Evaluating a Cost Segregation Provider? Consider Someone with the ASCSP Certification

07/23/2019

Are you considering a cost segregation study? As you begin to evaluate potential service providers, it’s important to remember that there are significant differences among cost segregation advisors in the marketplace. Sometimes taxpayers are not immediately aware of how those differences may impact their experience from start to finish. The American Society of Cost Segregation … Read More

John W. Hanning, CCSP, MBA, of KBKG Elected President of ASCSP

07/01/2019

KBKG congratulates John W. Hanning, CCSP, MBA on his recent election as President (2019 – 2021) of the American Society of Cost Segregation Professionals (ASCSP) Board of Directors. “I’m honored to have been elected by my peers at the American Society of Cost Segregation Professionals (ASCSP). The commitment to ethics and professionalism that ASCSP upholds … Read More

Tax Tip for Small Businesses: The Benefit of Bonus Depreciation

05/08/2019

In recognition of Small Business Week, here’s a quick tax tip to fuel your business: Bonus depreciation is a tax incentive that allows a business to immediately deduct a large percentage of the cost of an eligible asset instead of recovering the amount over the tax life of the asset. The Tax Cuts and Jobs … Read More

Press Release: KBKG Names Lester Cook, CCSP Principal

02/07/2019

Chicago, Illinois – February 7, 2019 – Nationwide tax specialty firm KBKG recently promoted industry veteran Lester Cook to Principal. Lester leads the firm’s Midwest practice, including a team of engineers and specialists based out of the firm’s Chicago office. Lester joins nine other principals on KBKG’s leadership team. His primary areas of focus are … Read More

Press Release: KBKG Names John W. Hanning, CCSP Principal

02/07/2019

Atlanta, Georgia – February 7, 2019 – Nationwide tax specialty firm KBKG recently promoted area resident John W. Hanning to Principal. John leads the firm’s Southeast practice, including a team of engineers and specialists based out of KBKG’s Atlanta office. John joins nine other principals on KBKG’s leadership team. John’s primary responsibilities include servicing capital … Read More

Impact of the Government Shutdown on Real Estate Tax Policy

01/18/2019

The longest government shutdown in U.S. history is creating more uncertainty for the current and future tax landscape. As the border wall standoff delays guidance necessary to properly implement tax reform, taxpayers are left wondering how to timely file their 2018 tax returns without ultimately having to amend down the road. Congress currently hasn’t been … Read More

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