Recoup Up To $100,000 for every $1 Million Of Your Commercial Property’s Value!
A recent IRS Rule allows building owners to accelerate the depreciation of “personal” building assets such as plumbing, lighting, carpeting, cabinetry, electrical systems, and dozens more so you can increase your cash flow now.
Standard depreciation for commercial property is 39 years. However, “personal” building assets can be separated and depreciated over 5, 7 or 15 years.
Why wait 39 years when you can recoup the cash now?
- $10 million building
- 30% of the assets classified as personal property
- NPV Tax benefit = $300,000
There really is money hiding in your walls
Reduced tax liability + increased cash flow
Daycare Client Wipes Away $900,000 Tax Bill
For most commercial buildings, 15% – 60% of the property qualifies as “personal” assets. Shortening the life of the assets accelerates the depreciation expense. Result: Your tax payments decrease during the early stages of a property’s life. Instead of overpaying taxes, you can now invest the money back into your business!
Manufacturing client saves $1.95 million in taxes
Another client with a plant valued at $17 million reclassified his “personal” assets and received a bonus depreciation over 5-7 years that resulted in $1.78 million tax savings. Plus, he received a property account deduction over 7-15 years of $170,000. Total tax savings $1.95 million.
Get your money now! Don’t wait decades.
Under the IRS’s Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS) depreciation system, you can depreciate “personal” assets at a much faster rate and defer your state and federal income taxes indefinitely!
Traditional structural components are listed as Section 1250 Property, or “real” property, as part of the building’s structure, that depreciates over 27.5 for residential or 39 years for commercial. A Cost Segregation Study allows building owners to identify and separate “personal” property, or Section 1245 Property, which include about a hundred non-structural components such as furniture, fixtures and equipment, decorative light fixtures, electrical costs that serve telephones and data outlets on commercial properties built or remodeled after 1984.
“Personal” property can add up to as much as 60% of a building’s value that can be depreciated in a fraction of the time. That means reduced tax liability and thousands of dollars of increased cash flow for you.
Get a FREE No-Obligation Tax Benefit Quick Analysis
How it works:
- Get started with a No-Cost, No-Obligation Tax Benefit Quick Analysis so you can see for yourself how much you can possibly increase your cash flow.
- Cost Segregation Study. Our engineers then conduct a detailed study as required by the IRS to determine which assets can be reclassified as “personal property.”
- Send the Cost Segregation Study to your tax accountant who plugs the report into the depreciation schedule of your income tax return and begin paying lower taxes and saving money in as little as 90 Days!
We work with your accountant
Sounds too good to be true?
Don’t worry. This is not a risky tax loophole that will attract unwanted IRS attention in your business. Formerly known as “component depreciation,” this is a tax benefit available to commercial property owners that have purchased or renovated a building after 1984. The building should be valued at more than $350,000 and the age does not matter. Based on an analysis of your building’s blueprints, our team of engineers determine the components that can be reclassified as “personal property” (assets that can be removed) instead of “real property” in the Cost Segregation Study so you can depreciate the expenses over 5, 7 or 15 years. You are simply using the current tax rules to your advantage so you can grow your business.