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TAX UPDATE: The Anticipated QIP Technical Correction is Finally Done

TAX UPDATE: The Anticipated QIP Technical Correction is Finally Done

This TCJA technical glitch prevented investments in qualified improvement property (QIP) from being depreciated over 15 years and qualifying for bonus depreciation. With the correction, the recovery period for QIP is reduced from 39 years to 15 years. Thus, making improvements eligible for 100 percent bonus depreciation through 2022.

The 179D & 45L Energy Tax Credits Offer Cash Flow

The 179D & 45L Energy Tax Credits Offer Cash Flow

You may have already heard that the long awaited the Energy Policy Act 2005 (EPAct) energy tax credits were extended in late December 2019. This retroactively extended both the 179D and 45L Energy Efficient Buildings from January 1, 2018 and to December 31, 2020....

How to Leverage Passive Activity to offset Ordinary Income

How to Leverage Passive Activity to offset Ordinary Income

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...

Cost Segregation for CPAs

Cost Segregation for CPAs

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Understanding Cost Segregation for Multifamily Properties

Understanding Cost Segregation for Multifamily Properties

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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