Building Better Cash Flow: How a cost segregation study provides the foundation

Construction and Real Estate

January 02, 2012

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Cost segregation is the financial foundation of a successful building project. By conducting a systematic and thorough study of all direct and indirect costs associated with construction, assets can be properly classified for tax purposes benefiting the taxpayer. A good study should result in the ability to defer taxes and generate cash flow, while withstanding IRS scrutiny. This paper tells how a cost segregation study works, how to recognize a quality study, and how to determine whether a study is right for you.

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