What is Cost Segregation?
- Cost Segregation is a service where we classify shorter-lived parts of a building for federal and state income tax reporting purposes
- A cost segregation study will provide significant tax and cash flow benefits by accelerating depreciation deductions as allowed by tax law
- A taxpayer can substantially increase after tax cash flow by segregating property costs, whether you purchase, build or own commercial/industrial or multi-family property
- The main objective of a cost segregation study is to move as much depreciable basis as possible from 39 year (commercial property) or 27.5 year (residential property) assets to 5, 7 or 15 year property
We also offer partial asset disposition studies and identify building systems under IRS regulation 1.263(a)