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Matthew Jaimes, Director, and Eric Gould, VP, in the Duff & Phelps Real Estate Services Group examine cost segregation in a post-repair regulation world in a byline published in Accounting Today.
For many years, corporate accounting professionals have been taking advantage of cost segregation studies to provide significant tax benefits for their business by accelerating the depreciation on qualified fixed assets. This accelerated depreciation, in turn, provides additional cash flow.
Now due to the favorable tax law changes in the IRS tangible property regulations, those potential savings are more valuable than ever to your company’s financial future. These new IRS tangible repair regulations give taxpayers a second reason to engage in a cost segregation study: the future.
Read the full article to learn more about the new regulations and what it may mean for your company.