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Tax deadline is approaching quickly!

Posted on September 04, 2019 by Jeff Hobbs

Tax deadline is approaching quickly!

Do you own commercial real estate of ANY kind? Do you own residential rental property of ANY kind, size or cost-basis? Do you lease your business office or building? If the answer to any of these questions is YES, then we can help you mitigate or eliminate your federal and/or state income tax burden. GUARANTEED!

There are some who read that and say, bull****. So, let me elaborate on that word – GUARANTEED. Here is my “disclosure” regarding this guarantee.

  • You are profitable AND paying taxes
  • You do not have a “not for profit” tenant occuping more than 50% of leaseable floor space
  • You are not a “tax-free” entity
  • You are not a “tax-free” REIT

If you are one of the above categories, the guarantee doesn’t apply to you. Otherwise, you do. 

I have a question for you. If you have a choice between paying the IRS your hard-earned money or KEEPING your hard-earned money, which would you choose? If the latter, then keep on reading. If not, God bless you.

The Internal Revenue Service requires owners of commercial real estate (includes residential rentals) to use the MACRS method of depreciation – REQUIRES. However, your CPA is in a dilemma because he or she is unable to comply because they do not meet the IRS guidelines for education in building-related disciplines (aka Architect, engineer, builder, contractor, etc.). So what do you do?

That’s where we come in. As a forensic engineering firm focused exclusively on the Internal Revenue Code, Sections 167 and 168, we meet these requirements. These are the two code sections addressing depreciation and it’s proper application to buildings. We work hand-in-hand with your CPA or accounting professional to apply the results to your personal and/or business tax returns.

This means you now have the ability to reduce or eliminate your income tax burden related to your depreciable real estate assets. It is a decision that is yours to make. You own the property. You are paying the taxes. It comes down to “who” you want to pay – the IRS or yourself! What could you do with an extra $10,000, $20,000, $50,000 or more? Why not find out how much you can “pay yourself” this year and complete our simple cost/benefit questionnaire at “Get Your Refund!” This will allow us to answer your top two questions: 1) what’s in it for me, and 2) how much does it cost me?

Hey, it’s your money, why wait!?

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