It’s Wise to be Conservative When it Comes to Cost Segregation

It’s wise to be conservative when it comes to cost segregation.  One over-zealous apartment complex owner claimed on its tax returns a collection of over 1,000 components of real property asserting that they could be depreciable over shorter class periods of 15 years and 5 years.  The problem is that the taxpayer included and claimed [...]

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Capital Review Group’s Article on Cost Segregation for Restaurant Owner’s in Restaurant Facility Business

An article by Marky Moore, LEEP AP, CSBA, CEO Capital Review Group Restaurant owners face unique challenges, especially in today’s economy. As consumers tighten their belts and cut back on their entertainment budgets, it’s imperative for restaurants to operate with the most effective business strategies in place. The good news is that restaurant owners can [...]

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