Cost Segregation Tax Strategies

Most, if not all, businesses will meet the qualification criteria, so don’t leave this money on the table.
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A Cost Segregation Study (CSS) is a strategic tax planning tool, which allows building owners to accelerate building/property depreciation significantly. Using traditional depreciation methodology, building assets are depreciated over a 27.5 – 39 year period. CSS enables reallocation of those assets into other “short-term” deprecation categories.
  • Timely Deliverables
  • Fixed-Fee
  • No-Cost Audit Support

General Guidelines

Building Purchasescost segregation reallocation guidelines by property type

  • $500K – $750K Acquisition Cost – Explore
  • $750K – $1.5M Acquisition Cost – Most Likely
  • $1.5M + Acquisition Cost – Highly Likely


  • $50K – $150K Remodel Cost – Explore
  • $150K – $250K Remodel Cost – Most Likely
  • $250K+ Remodel Cost – Highly Likely

Key Planning Points

  • Qualified Properties include any Income producing properties and business owner occupied properties.
  • Can go back as far as 1987 without amending tax returns using 3115.
  • The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act now allows businesses to expense the cost of certain new and used qualified property placed in service after September 27, 2017, including roofs, HVAC, security systems & more!

Common Qualifying Expenses

  • Specialty Fixtures and Finishing
  • Specialty Electrical and Plumbing
  • Personal Property

Timing & Cost

  • Fees vary based on the scope but typically range in the $5,000 – $15,000 or more.
  • We highly recommend an upfront feasibility analysis, which is performed at no cost!

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