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Eide Bailly LLP

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Cost Segregation & Energy Credits

About: Eide Bailey is renowned for its refined approach to cost segregation studies, enabling them to deliver studies within competitive timeframes and rates. The firm boasts extensive experience in various sectors, including residential multifamily, car dealerships, banks, manufacturing plants, medical facilities, and more. Request a free assessment today.

CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen)

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Cost Segregation Studies, Low-Income Housing

About: CLA exists to create opportunities for its clients through industry-focused wealth advisory, audit, tax, and consulting. With more than 6,100 people, they promise to know you and help you.

Moss Adams

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Cost Segregation Study

About: With a team of expert professionals and a track record of excellence, Moss Adams is a trusted name in the world of accounting and financial services. Their cost segregation studies ensure clients receive the maximum tax benefits


Perkins & Co

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Cost Segregation Service

About: Perkins & Co’s mission is to be a solution for clients who want the services and sophistication of a large firm, with the personal attention and fast response time typically found in smaller firms.


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Engineered Cost Segregation

About: Duffy + Duffy is one of the leading Cost Segregation firms in the industry – performing studies based on case law and IRS guidance using CPA’s, and construction engineers and estimators.


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Eide Bailly
Moss Adams
Perkins & Co

Cost Segregation: Cash Flow Booster

Cost segregation is a powerful tax planning strategy that enables businesses to optimize tax savings and improve cash flow by reclassifying property assets for faster depreciation purposes. 


What is Cost Segregation?

Cost segregation is a strategic tax planning technique that allows businesses to accelerate the depreciation of certain assets within their property. Instead of considering the entire property as a single unit for depreciation purposes, cost segregation breaks down the components into various asset classes, each with its distinct depreciation schedule. This results in accelerated tax deductions, reducing tax liability, and increasing available cash flow.


Key Benefits of Cost Segregation:

  • Tax Savings: By identifying shorter-lived assets and segregating them from longer-lived building components, businesses can claim higher depreciation deductions in the early years of property ownership, leading to substantial tax savings.

  • Increased Cash Flow: With reduced tax liabilities, businesses have more cash on hand to reinvest in their operations, expand, or pursue new opportunities, fostering growth and competitiveness.

  • Enhanced ROI: Cost segregation allows businesses to recover tax savings immediately, which significantly improves the overall return on investment for property acquisitions and construction projects.


The Cost Segregation Process:

  1. Property Assessment: A qualified team of professionals, including engineers, accountants, and tax specialists, conducts a detailed analysis of the property's components to determine which assets can be reclassified for faster depreciation.

  2. Asset Classification: The identified assets are categorized into their appropriate asset classes based on their useful life and depreciation schedules.

  3. Tax Reporting: The cost segregation study results are incorporated into the business's tax filings, ensuring compliance with tax regulations while maximizing available tax benefits.

  • My home is in need of only light repairs. Would RS Home Buyers still be interested?
    Yes, RS Home Buyers would still be interested in purchasing your home even if it only requires light repairs. While we do take the condition of a home into consideration when making an offer, we are willing to make offers on homes that may require minor repairs or updates. However, the offer price may be adjusted based on the estimated cost of the repairs. Please feel free to contact us to discuss the specifics of your home and the potential for an offer.
  • What if my home is in bad condition?
    If your home is in bad condition, RS Home Buyers may still be interested in making an offer. However, the offer price will likely be adjusted based on the extent of the damages and the estimated cost of repairs. We understand that sometimes homes may fall into disrepair due to unforeseen circumstances and we are willing to work with homeowners to find a solution. If you are interested in selling your home and it is in bad condition, please contact us to discuss your options. We will do our best to find a solution that works for you.
  • What will happen with my belongings that I cannot move?
    If you are unable to move all of your belongings when selling your home to RS Home Buyers, we can discuss options for what to do with those items. Some possible options could include: Donating the items to a charitable organization or thrift store (most often the solution) Storing the items in a self-storage unit Selling the items at a garage sale or through online platforms such as eBay or Craigslist Asking friends or family members if they are interested in taking any of the items Ultimately, it will be up to you to decide what to do with your belongings that you cannot move. We will work with you to find a solution that works best for your situation.
  • I am in financial difficulty. RS Home Buyers help?
    Yes, RS Home Buyers may be able to help if you are in financial difficulty. We understand that sometimes unforeseen circumstances can lead to financial struggles and we are willing to work with homeowners to find a solution. If you are interested in selling your home but are struggling financially, please contact us to discuss your situation. We will do our best to find a solution that works for you, whether that be through a traditional sale or a more customized approach such as a short sale or lease option. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us for assistance.
  • What if I live out of state?
    If you live out of state and are interested in selling your home to RS Home Buyers, we are still able to work with you. We have experience working with out-of-state sellers and have developed processes to ensure a smooth transaction. We can handle all necessary paperwork and communication remotely, and we will work with you to coordinate any necessary inspections or repairs. If you are unable to travel to the property, we can provide you with updates and photos to keep you informed of the process. If you are an out-of-state seller and interested in working with us, please don't hesitate to contact us for more information.
  • I have a sensitive family situation. How will this be handled?
    If you have a sensitive family situation, such as a divorce or the loss of a loved one, we understand that the process of selling your home may be especially difficult. At RS Home Buyers, we are committed to treating all of our clients with respect and compassion. If you have a sensitive family situation, please let us know and we will do our best to handle the process with sensitivity and discretion. We will work with you to find a solution that meets your needs and addresses any unique challenges you may be facing. Please don't hesitate to contact us to discuss your situation and how we can help.
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