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Cost segregation delivers a monster $2,700,000 to a telecom home office and 9003% ROI!

Yet again Segregation Holding Limited (SHL) has delivered an amazing cost segregation study for our client in NC. We have a 7-story facility with multiple back-up systems and redundancies for electrical, HVAC, sound, air quality, and more. After a carefully … Continue reading

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Can a cost segregation study apply to buildings not yet constructed?

Can a cost segregation study apply to buildings or leasehold improvements not yet constructed? Yes!  A cost segregation study can literally begin at the concept phase long before plans are drawn.  The study could be completed, 1) once the Certificate … Continue reading

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Is Cost Segregation Legitimate?

Cost Segregation is not only legitimate but, in fact, it’s basis for existence is rooted in MACRS, or Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System, the preferred method of depreciation required by the IRS.  Prior to MACRS, however, was ACRS or Accelerated … Continue reading

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Is my gift of property or other assets taxable?

If you gift someone money or property during your life, you may be subject to the federal gift tax. Most gifts aren’t subject to the gift tax, however, the IRS has compiled a list of the following eight tips to … Continue reading

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