Find a qualified cost segregation provider (see The Complete Cost Segregation Buyers Guide, below)
Obtain a complimentary estimate of tax benefit and fee quote
Discuss the estimate with my tax advisor to confirm the expected outcome
If Form 3115 will be required, determine who will complete it (my accountant or the cost segregation provider)
Engage the cost segregation provider for my study
Have my accountant review and accept the results of the study and incorporate them into my income tax filing
The Complete Cost Segregation Study Buyers Guide will give you the knowledge you need to ask the right questions and make a sound decision when it’s time to pick (or change) providers. Read this guide to obtain the benefits of cost segregation with the least time, effort, worry and cost.
In this guide, you’ll learn:
Jeff helps real estate owners increase their cash flow. He started his career as a Financial Analyst with the Irvine Company, and worked in various management/executive positions in the mortgage industry for many years. He's been a Cost Segregation consultant for several years and is considered one of the industry's top experts in TPRs. As Director of Business Development for Bedford Cost Segregation, Jeff helps his clients increase cash flow by accelerating their depreciation deductions, and by writing off assets that no longer need to be depreciated under recently changed tax rules. Jeff has a B.S. in Economics from Claremont McKenna College and an MBA with an emphasis in Finance from UC Berkeley.
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