Performed Cost Segregation Study to Break Down $3.6 Million into Shorter Lived Assets

After purchasing a commercial building and incurring renovation costs totaling $7.6 million during 2008 and 2009, our client decided to do a look back cost segregation study and “catch-up” on depreciation deductions the 2015 tax return. Over $3.6 million of assets were broken down into shorter lived assets. The net present value of the study was nearly $355,000.

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