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Leverage tax incentives like Cost Segregation, Tangible Property and §179D Energy Tax Incentives for Commerical Buildings
Leverage tax incentives like Cost Segregation, Tangible Property and §179D Energy Tax Incentives for Commerical Buildings

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The @AICPA’s Recommendations to Help Clear Confusion Surrounding Changes in #Accounting Method:  http://goo.gl/GbGjYL 

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We hope more energy efficiency will make it to the finish line to the benefit of the economy, taxpayers, consumers, and the environment. http://aceee.org/blog/2015/04/road-bipartisan-energy-efficiency

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We’ve helped thousands of clients minimize taxes through Cost Segregation and other depreciation strategies, resulting in millions in new found dollars.You may be able to add significant dollars to your bottom line. http://www.capitalreviewgroup.com/cost-segregation/

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Stop leaving money in the walls of your buildings. Tax incentives are getting harder to find. Your business may be missing important ones. CRG makes sure you qualify, remain compliant, and secure maximum benefit dollars allowed to you under the law… MORE...http://www.capitalreviewgroup.com/tax-incentives-for-building-owners-and-facility-owners/

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Check out this scenario for depreciation! Owners of an office building will realize savings based on their replacement of metal casement windows. A $1,500,000 building entered service in January 2005. The total cost of the new windows was $21,000 in 2005 (100 windows at $210 each), and as 39 year assets, they had an annual depreciation of $538. In 2015, with 29 years of depreciation remaining, the building owners may be able to take approximately $15,602 in depreciation balance (29 years x $538 per year). Learn more: http://www.capitalreviewgroup.com/tangible-property-services/

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When a commercial building is constructed or renovated, may the owner begin depreciating it for tax purposes before it is even open for business? 
Recent Case Sheds Light on the Issue of When Depreciation Begins
http://www.capitalreviewgroup.com/recent-case-sheds-light-on-the-issue-of-when-depreciation-begins/

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Maximize Tax Savings through CRG’S Tangible Property Services® Our team of tax, accounting and engineering professionals understand the new and current removed/disposed property Regulations and have developed comprehensive and thorough Tangible Property Services® to benefit our clients. http://www.capitalreviewgroup.com/tangible-property-services/
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