Category Archives: Cash flow

Perspectives on Cost Segregation Studies

The benefits of offering Cost Segregation services to your current clients Offering Cost Segregation services to your clients gives CPAs a competitive advantage over many firms who don’t have a strategic relationship with a firm that specializes in providing engineering … Continue reading

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Medical Building – Getting Extra Cash from Engineering Based Cost Segregation Study

Medical Office New Construction Before the study, only $2,088,000 was reported in 5 year assets when in fact $6,169,320 was eligible and 15 year assets grew from $626,400 to $892,500. The first year savings for the client totaled $1,007,487 and … Continue reading

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How an Engineering Based Cost Segregation Study can Increase Cash Flow for a Retail Building (New Construction)

We often work with accounting firms to help them maximize the benefits to their clients. Teaming up with accountants to provide engineering based Cost Segregation Study works to the advantage of everyone. The client in this case was able to … Continue reading

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How an Engineering Based Cost Segregation Study can Increase Cash Flow for an Office Building (New Construction)

Occasionally we hear from clients that their accountants have already performed a Cost Segregation Study, so they do not need another. In almost every case where the client decides to get a no-cost analysis from us, we are able to … Continue reading

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How an Engineering Based Cost Segregation Study can Increase Cash Flow for a Restaurant/Bar (Lookback)

Cost Segregation Studies can provide many great benefits for property owners as well as tenants who have made improvements to their property. An engineering based Cost Segregation Study increases a property owner’s cash flow by accelerating the depreciation of assets … Continue reading

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