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Cost Segregation Services

cost segregation blueprints with moneyA cost segregation study provides commercial property business owners with a thorough report detailing the structural components within a building that depreciate over time. This analysis can help business owners increase cash flow and recuperate investments faster by providing significant tax savings when conducted appropriately. Chandler & Knowles CPAs offers cost segregation services for commercial property business owners, and can help prepare a detailed report that safeguards titleholders from the IRS.

Cost Segregation Analysis

Our professional team at Chandler & Knowles CPAs can provide you with a detailed analysis of a commercial property to help increase cash flow, reduce taxes, and maintain an adequate report to remain IRS compliant. This process involves analyzing the internal and external components of a commercial building that depreciate in value over time based on a 27.5 to 39.5 year scale. After identifying which assets qualify, our team can help reestablish those assets to depreciate over 5, 7 or 15 years.

This detailed analysis will account for exterior components of a commercial building such as landscaping, exterior lighting, railing, and even paving. In this professional cost segregation analysis, our expert team will also identify internal building components that qualify such as electrical systems, pluming, HAVC systems, and the steel & foundation structure.

Benefits of Receiving Cost Segregation Services:

At Chandler & Knowles CPAs, our cost segregation consultants are ready to help you identify which commercial property assets qualify for tax savings. After conducting an analysis, our knowledgeable team will provide your company with a detailed report that is compliant with IRS regulations. Among some of the benefits of a detailed commercial building analysis include:

  • Tax Savings -- After qualifying components are identified and reported, the depreciation of those assets will help lower the tax amount owed to the IRS. Our tax expert team will help itemize each asset and document new the depreciation value in detail. Our methodology ensures that clients receive the maximum tax deductions allowed by IRS regulations.
  • Increased Cash Flow -- Our analysis will help improve the cash flow of your business by reducing the money owed to the IRS. This is achieved by allowing business owners to preserve the profits of a company, expand operations, and make new investments that help drive your company towards success.
  • IRS Protection -- Your segregation analysis report is your ultimate shield against the IRS. Our team will ensure that all components of a building are reported accurately according to IRS regulations.

Contact Chandler & Knowles CPAs Today

Your financial success is our goal. Receiving cost segregation services can benefit companies and their owners through proven methodologies that help reduce tax liability. To learn more about our services and set up your appointment at our location in Flower Mound, fill out this contact form or call us at 817-430-3000.

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