Cost segregation is available on depreciable property of any asset type that has been constructed, purchased, or renovated.
The primary goal of cost segregation is to identify any assets/property that can be depreciated over 5, 7, and 15 years rather than 39 years for commercial office and 27.5 years for residential properties. When assets qualify for depreciation over shorter recovery periods, the result is improved cash flow through reduced taxes.
Proper segregation of costs requires professionals experienced in federal tax, engineering, construction, estimating, and appraisal working as part of a team to complete the cost segregation study.
We bring extensive tax experience and knowledge of the applicable tax regulations, rulings, and court decisions developed over a 20 year period, covering thousands of studies, to help companies substantially increase cash flows.