Category: Cost Segregation

Cost Segregation

cost-seg-2-copyCost segregation is a powerful and necessary part of accurately calculating depreciation for real property. Recent changes in tax regulations make cost segregation more attractive and allow it to be implemented years after the completion of a real estate purchase. Commercial real estate owners can generate meaningful federal income tax reduction by using catch-up depreciation for buildings acquired or built after 1986. This implies the level of tax deductions, affecting a large tax cut.

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