How can Cost Segregation Study LLC help you?
At Cost Segregation Study
LLC, our approach is goal-oriented. Our Goal? To
facilitate the timely recovery of over-paid taxes from
the IRS on your behalf. We create
value for our clients, and do not interfere with current
business relationships. We are willing to work
with your existing accountant to help your company
realize the value our service can provide. We work with
your CPA to help your company realize its greatest cash
flow potential utilizing our cost segregation processes.
Our construction engineering and tax specialists examine
real estate holdings to determine which assets can be
segregated and depreciated over a much shorter recovery
period, rather than over a 39-year depreciable life.
- Our engineers are experts
in this technical area of taxation and
engineering-based approach to cost segregation.
- Our engineering analysts have
researched all the highly technical court cases, IRS
rulings and procedures as they relate to cost
- Our engineers can
read and interpret blueprints and specifications.
- Our engineering teams have
performed thousands of studies ranging from
warehouses to medical/hospital facilities to
hydro-electric plants and more.
- We have built strategic
alliances with key CPA firms and tax professionals
well-versed in corporate taxation.
- We have experience in
dealing with IRS audits as it pertains to asset
You can benefit
cost segregation study!
|A cost segregation study is the
process of identifying personal property
assets that most often get buried or
lumped together within the real property
asset. Our engineers reclassify those
assets based on IRS guidelines to the
shortest possible depreciable life to
help the real estate owner to maximize
their tax depreciation, thus
reducing current income tax obligations.
Approximately 95% of all
commercial real estate is depreciated over 39 years.
segregation study identifies 10-50% or
more (depending on the industry) of assets
that may qualify and be depreciated over a
5-, 7-, or 15-year life. The result is an
increase in depreciation expense which
reduces taxable income which
increases cash flow.
Segregation Audit Technique
Institute of Certified Public