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M&E Cost Segregation for maximum tax benefit, maximum ROI/cash flow, and maximum support. The Difference is The DETAIL!
M&E Cost Segregation Services will accelerate the depreciation of your building by identifying items that should be properly classified as Tangible Personal Property or Land Improvements, rather than Real Property that is depreciated over 39 years (or 27.5 for Residential Rental).
Properties Purchased or Constructed in 2018 qualify for 100% Bonus Depreciation.
All assets assigned to Tangible Personal Property or Land Improvements qualify for 100% Bonus Depreciation.
Allowing for the Total Cost Segregation Tax Benefit to be realized in Year 1.
We go the extra mile for our clients by providing detail for both the short life AND long life building components. This provides two benefits. One, it allows for the reconciliation of all project costs, as required by the IRS. Two, it allows our clients the ability to track and retire short and long life building components that are removed or replaced.
Your tax benefits will begin in the first tax year and continue throughout the depreciable life of the identified assets.
As long as you own your Property, a M&E Cost Segregation Study will continue to provide Tax Benefits each and every time a building component is Replaced or Taken Out of Service.
This can mean Tens of Thousands, Hundreds of Thousands, or more in additional Tax Benefits depending on the property.
Example: Client replaced 5 of 10 rooftop HVAC units on an Office building. The M&E Cost Seg Study shows at the time of purchase the units were valued at $289,643. The depreciable basis at the time of replacement (7 years later) was 241,055.
The Cash Benefit of the Write-Off was $101,234.
Asset Disposition Assistance:
We will provide Asset Disposition Assistance for all assets contained within our final report, at no charge, as long as you own the building.
Whenever necessary, our engineers will help identify the assets that have been removed from service, allowing the write-off of the remaining depreciation of those assets at the time of disposition.