Gian Pazzia will be speaking in an upcoming Strafford live phone/web seminar entitled "Cost Segregation Studies: Best Practices" scheduled for Thursday, April 5, 1:00pm-2:50pm EDT. Because of your affiliation with KBKG, you are eligible to attend this seminar at 50% off.
A thorough cost segregation study can materially reduce federal income taxes (by segregating personal property such as equipment, furniture, electrical systems, etc.) that can be depreciated over five, seven or 15 years) and property taxes (by separating real and personal property taxed at different rates). Other potential benefits include timed depreciation deductions to maximize cash flow, creation of strong documentation for audits, and capture of retroactive savings for new or remodeled properties added since 1987. However, taxpayers cannot be too aggressive, lest they incur depreciation recapture or penalties.
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