You build it up – We break it down

Infographic: How cost segregation studies help companies reduce taxes.

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Did your company construct, acquire, or substantially improve buildings? A cost segregation study can help reduce taxes by identifying property eligible for accelerated depreciation, even for acquired building. Passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made studies more valuable by:
  • Permanently increasing limits on Section 179 expensing.  This allows you to immediately deduct the full cost of  qualifying equipment or other fixed assets up to specific  thresholds.
  •  Temporarily increasing first-year bonus depreciation to  100% (from 50%).
  •  Subject to a much anticipated congressional technical correction, applying a 15-year-property treatment to  qualified improvement property and potential 100% first  year bonus depreciation.
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