The rules keep changing. Are you keeping up? Or better yet, are you still ahead? Several smaller Brown Smith Wallace clients that own single buildings also have enjoyed additional tax deductions by, for example, replacing roofs. They are now able to write off the remaining basis of the old roof for more than $10,000
Our first study using Echo was on a building that was purchased in 2012 for $350,000. The additional depreciation deduction in 2014 was $31,000 and we were able to do a late partial asset disposition for an additional deduction of $23,000. We now have detail on all of the components of the building to comply with the Tangible Property Regulations.
Echo is a cost effective and streamlined approach to doing a Cost Segregation study and saving our client’s tax dollars.
Mike Bosen, CPAPartner | Gallacher, Bosen & Goodman PLLC