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Car Dealership Saves Nearly $700,000 in Taxes through Cost Segregation
After a car dealership underwent a major renovation with costs of the improvements totaling approximately $4.6 million, they were able to save nearly $700,000 in taxes through a Cost Segregation study.
Architecture Firm Receives §179D Deduction of $4,000 for Elementary School Renovation Project
After being hired by a local government to complete the designs for an elementary school renovation, an architecture firm qualified for a $4,000 deduction under §179D of the tax code.
Office Building Owners Save $1.3 Million in Taxes Through Cost Segregation
After performing a $9.5 million renovation, the owners of a large office building were able to save approximately $1.3 million in taxes with a Cost Segregation study.
Architecture Firm Receives §179D Tax Deduction for High School Renovation Project
An architecture firm received a §179D deduction of $6,000 based on $8,000 worth of energy-efficient improvements to a high school.
R&D Tax Credit Offers Engineering Firm Six-Figure Savings Annually
By taking advantage of the Research and Development (R&D) Tax Credit, an engineering firm may save up to $152,000 per year in federal taxes and up to $234,000 per year at the state level. These substantial savings may generate future wealth for the firm when applied toward a tax-favorable deferred compensation plan.
Manufacturing Company Receives Over $2 Million in R&D Tax Credits
R&D Tax Credits net over $2 million in tax savings for a manufacturing company, allowing the company to offset the costs of its R&D activities and reinvest in future innovation.
Architecture Firm Claims Tax Savings through the R&D Credit
Architecture Firm Claims $188,000 in Tax Savings through the R&D Credit.
Architecture Firm R&D Tax Credit Benefit Illustration
Architecture Firm Saves $163,000 with the R&D Tax Credit and offsets cost of developing designs, evaluating and testing different design alternatives, and considering other factors in the construction process fulfilled four requirements.
THE IMMEDIATE IMPACT OF COST SEGREGATION
Cutting Tax Burden, Improving Cash Flow and Growing Business
A cost segregation study saving nearly $300,000 in taxes over a 2-year period.
HOTELS AND COST SEGREGATION: A TAX SAVINGS OPPORTUNITY
Improving Cash Flow and Sharing a Smaller Amount with the IRS
A cost segregation study on a hotel that allowed the hotel to reclassify 29% of the hotel assets and save approximately $700,000 in taxes over a 5-year period.
ARCHITECTURAL FIRM SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITY
Enhancing Community, Cutting Tax Burden and Improving Cash Flow through §179D Deductions as Architect/Primary Designer
The architectural firm has a desire to help government properties build and implement lighting, HVAC and envelope energy solutions. These solutions not only have an immediate impact on the quality of the light, air and performance of the buildings, they also have long-term positive effects, promoting efficiency and sustainability. The firm was entitled to deductions nearing $7,000,000 over a 5-year period.