Sugar Land Engineered Cost
Why Do You Need a Sugar Land Cost Segregation Study?
Cost segregation is an application that allows commercial property owners to accelerate depreciation of certain assets by reclassifying them. This can result in significant tax savings on these properties.
The Ambrose Group offers a unique, valuable cost segregation application called the CostSegCheck Calculator for cost segregation study in Sugar Land TX. With our application, which is approved by the Internal Revenue Service, you can achieve the following for yourself or for your clients:
- Reduce current tax lability by deferring taxes
- Increase personal cash flow
- Increase depreciation (from the standard 39 years to as low as 5 years)
- Reclaim missed depreciation deductions from previous tax years
Who Can Benefit from a Sugar Land Cost Segregation Study?
Whether you’re building, buying or renovating commercial real estate, or you have clients who do, you can accelerate the depreciation of property. You’ll see immediate savings as well as potentially thousands of dollars in tax savings in the long term.
Why Is Sugar Land Engineered Cost Segregation Preferable to Non-Engineered Methods?
Our engineered-based cost segregation study identifies and values each main component of a property. That allows the components to be adjusted individually or together in accordance with IRS regulations.
Non-engineered methods don’t meet those IRS regulations. Therefore, calculations made using non-engineered cost segregation aren’t as likely to hold up to an audit. Our engineered cost segregation in Sugar Land TX uses the most accurate, current, in-depth information for their calculations, so the IRS can see how those calculations were made.
Why Choose The Ambrose Group for Your Sugar Land Cost Segregation Study?
We have 25 years of experience in appraisal, so property management companies, accountants and property owners trust us to help them achieve the optimum tax savings on commercial properties through cost segregation.
Take advantage of our free preliminary benefit analysis and free assessed value analysis. Just call one of our offices or complete our quick online contact form to find out more about our services and what we can do for you.