Monthly Archieve : February 2014

BoomerJacks Uses Cost Segregation for Tax Refund

Posted on February 25, 2014 by Jeff Hobbs

BoomerJacks in Bedford BoomerJacks uses cost segregation for huge income tax refund! Last fall we had the privilege of meeting with the owners [Read More]

CPAs & Cost Segregation Firms

Posted on February 11, 2014 by Jeff Hobbs

CPAs & Cost Segregation Firms...really, a marriage made in heaven! Today more than ever, CPAs are in need of a good, quality cost segregation f [Read More]

Affordable Care Act – How Obamacare Affects You

Posted on February 10, 2014 by Jeff Hobbs

Affordable Care Act - How Obamacare Affects You Beginning April 1, 2014, the Individual Shared Responsibility provision (aka the Individual Mandate [Read More]

Section 752 Proposed Regulations

Posted on February 07, 2014 by Jeff Hobbs

Section 752 introduces new proposed regulations. On January 30, 2014, the Treasury Department issued proposed regulations under Section 752 of the [Read More]

What is an Abandonment Study? Is it Found Money?

Posted on February 06, 2014 by Jeff Hobbs

Abandonment Study Yields Tax Deductions So, what is an Abandonment Study? An abandonment study is a detailed engineering analysis of building co [Read More]

Cash Flow Improves with Cost Segregation

Posted on February 05, 2014 by Jeff Hobbs

Cash Flow Improves with Cost Segregation. As many of my small business clients know, Section 179 expensing dropped significantly to $25,000 beginni [Read More]

Repair Capitalization Regulations 2014

Posted on February 04, 2014 by Jeff Hobbs

IRS Repair and Capitalization Regulations 2014…how do they affect me? IRS Repair and Capitalization Regulations for 2014 The IRS has released [Read More]

Section 179 limited to $25,000 in 2014…does it affect Cost Segregation?

Posted on February 03, 2014 by Jeff Hobbs

Section 179 limited to $25,000 in 2014…does it affect Cost Segregation? IRS Section 179 First of all…what is Section 179?  Section 179 is [Read More]