Tax Warrior Chronicles

Seize the Day: There’s Never Been a Better Time to Consider Cost Segregation

Posted on Wed, Jun 17, 2020

Everyone wants to maximize tax savings on their commercial real estate, and while Cost Segregation Studies have long been a solid IRS-approved strategy, these days they are more popular than ever, especially with some of the changes under the CARES Act,Today’s guest blogger, Terri S. Johnson of Capstan Tax Strategies, is here to explain why “cost seg” studies are all the rage, and to walk us through the top-three prime cost segregation scenarios.    

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Business Interest Limitation and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act - Part II

Posted on Tue, Jun 05, 2018

By: Jeremy Ferman, CPA

 

As promised last week, we're back at it analyzing the Business Interest Limitation in Section 163(j) of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act ("TCJA").  In Part I, we learned the general rules, what companies it applies to, and who may elect out.  Today, we're going to look at how the section affects real estate and pass-through entities.

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