CSP360’s knowledgeable engineers and tax professionals have performed thousands of cost segregation studies over the past 15 years. Through our strategic partner program, we can help you grow your top line, and significantly accelerate your clients’ deductions into the first five years. You’ll be a tax-slashing hero when you reduce their tax liability by potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars and while increasing cash flow.
Historically, real estate owners have used cost segregation studies to generate advantageous depreciation deductions. With the issuance of the final tangible property regulations effective beginning with the 2014 tax year, the demand for cost segregation studies is increasing. Cost segregation studies now serve additional purposes. For example, cost segregation studies are used to identify building systems and plant property for purposes of complying with the tangible property regulations.
Other tax minimization strategies that use cost segregation methodology are as follows:
The CSP360 construction engineers and tax specialists have the knowledge and experience to assist your clients with each of the above tax minimization strategies.
Contact the CSP360 cost segregation team to start minimizing your clients’ tax burdens and growing your practice. Call us at (800) 591.0148, or contact us here.
ABOUT US: CSP360, headquartered in Buffalo, New York, is one of the nation's leading providers of cost segregation and tax minimization services including tangible property regulation compliance, IRC 179D/45L energy efficiency studies, research tax credits, 263(a) maintenance repairs, fixed asset depreciation review and 179d analysis/45L to cpa, accounting and chartered accounting firms across the United States. Through our CPA Partnership Program we provide services to their qualified clients who have constructed, bought, expanded or remodeled real estate. We are affiliated with Freed Maxick CPAs, P.C., a Top 100 Firm in the United States, and have been providing cost segregation studies for over twenty years.