R&D & Energy for Real Estate Tax Accounting Methods
Construction and real estate firms often ask us: “How do we qualify for the R&D tax credit?” Our boilerplate answer is to review the 4-part test below to ensure you have a qualification marker that covers the activities you are performing to create or improve your products or processes.
By Brian Coddington, Max Vignola, Imran Syed | 15 Nov
New Small Firm Cost Seg Opportunities
Cost segregation is a highly beneficial and widely accepted tax compliance strategy utilized by commercial real estate owners and tenants to accelerate depreciation deductions, defer tax and improve cash flow.
By Brian Coddington | 12 April
Can the R&D Tax Credit Be Used to Offset the AMT?
The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015 includes provisions that allow certain taxpayers to offset their AMT liability with the R&D tax credit for taxable years beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2016.
By Alex Pak | 7 April
How the R&D Tax Credit Has Expanded Over the Years
Governments typically incentivize private industry to produce research and development (R&D) as a strategic tool to advance their economies.
By Deb Roth | 8 April
The Nine-Point Plan for Handling §179D
Section §179D can help your commercial real estate clients reduce taxable income and increase cash flow significantly.
By Source Advisors | 24 March
Reconciliation bill likely to have a tax impact on energy-efficient buildings
It’s no secret that climate change is a top priority for the current administration. As part of the hotly debated tax and spending legislation moving through Congress
By Source Advisors | 28 October
How Integrators Can Take Advantage of Incentives and Tax Savings
Integrators who have experienced a dip in business during the pandemic may be able to take advantage of a few lesser known tax credits and income tax deductions.