How does a Cost Segregation Study provide tax benefits? A cost segregation study is a strategic tax-planning tool that allows an owner to accelerate the depreciation of certain components of the building or land improvements over a shorter life. This is...
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In the final business week of 2019, government-funding legislation that the House passed a host of expired and expiring tax breaks known as “tax extenders” amendment.
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Multifamily properties are very popular with investors and syndicators, especially for value-add properties where the rents are targeted for growth to coincide with unit renovations and upgrades to tenant amenities. Typically, a 5 to 7 year hold is planned to provide investors a solid rate of return, then a sale with proceeds distributed upon closing.
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Conducting a cost segregation study does not increase your chances of being audited, though you should always have sufficient protection through and engineered cost segregation study to be prepared in the event of an audit. While the IRS allows for and supports straight-line depreciation, they have stated that cost segregation by component is the proper way of handling depreciation.
Learn more about the details of who can do cost segregation studies as defined by the IRS as well as the 6 different approaches that you can take.