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IRS Audits
Should I worry if I am audited? Like other tax records, cost segregation studies are subject to IRS audits.  Therefore, it is essential to start with an engineered cost segregation study. Some people worry that having a cost segregation study will trigger an audit, but that isn’t the case. And often, your cost segregation study...
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Some companies will try to save money by having cost segregation studies performed in-house by company employees rather than a professional in the industry. Unfortunately, this comes with a significant drawback—In-house studies are often viewed with more scrutiny by the IRS Boddie-Noell Enterprises, Inc. v. the United States[1] In 1996 Boddie-Noel Enterprises, Inc. sued the...
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There are many benefits to a Cost Segregation Study. But, a poorly performed cost segregation study can haunt you for as long as you apply a depreciation deduction for the property to your tax return. If you own commercial property, a Cost Segregation Study will lead to tax savings that will make a tremendous difference...
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