[PRESS RELEASE] KBKG Welcomes Two New Directors to Atlanta-Based Operation

02/23/2021

Atlanta, Georgia – Nationwide tax specialty firm KBKG hired two new Directors, Amar Patel and Ian Williams, as part of their Southeast practice. Both Directors join KBKG with over 25 years of combined experience in Cost Segregation and Research & Development Tax Credits, two key services offered by the firm to CPAs and businesses. As … Read More

Introducing Our New Los Angeles Business Development Director: Lon O’Connor

08/13/2020

We recently added a Business Development Director at KBKG, Lon O’Connor, based out of our Pasadena headquarters. As a Director, she covers the Los Angeles region and focuses on building in-depth relationships with our CPA and industry partners. Lon has over 18 years of business management experience and spent the last decade serving small to … Read More

Comments for Proposed Regulations 1.1031(a)-3 (REG-117589-18)

08/07/2020

This letter was originally published by the ASCSP. Our Principals Lester Cook,CCSP and Malik Javed,CCSP are board members of the ASCSP. The American Society of Cost Segregation Professionals (ASCSP) wishes to commend the Treasury Department (Treasury) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for the thoughtful effort clearly reflected in Proposed Regulations 1.1031(a)-3 (REG-117589-18) defining real … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Qualified Improvement Property (QIP) Guidance from the IRS

04/07/2020

For the most up-to-date information on Qualified Improvement Property, see our latest post. In response to our previous release last week, Qualified Improvement Property (QIP) Technical Correction in CARES Act, KBKG has received several inquiries related to the changes in QIP law. Since that post, we have also learned more through discussions with high ranking … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Utilize Statistical Sampling with Cost Segregation

09/04/2018

If you are a taxpayer that owns multiple building improvement properties which are similar in construction, utilizing a statistical sampling along with cost segregation can greatly reduce the fees and resources needed to allocate each property for tax depreciation. Pairing this with an accounting method change to claim missed cost segregation opportunities over multiple years … Read More