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For Cost Segregation, Does It Matter How Old The Building Is?
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

The age of the building does not matter. What matters is how long the current owner has owned the building. Depreciation starts over with a change of ownership. Additionally, we can do Cost Segregation even if...   Read More
Necessary To Prepay Tax To IRS For A 70K Roth Conversion I Did In Feb 2017? Married. AGI In 2016: 91K - Fed Tax: $6,200 $3K Refund...
User Photo John Stancil
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

There are three safe harbors that will allow you to not make an estimated payment. 1) You owe less than $1,000; 2) You paid in an amount equal to the prior year's tax, or 3) You paid in 90% of this year's liability.   Read More
Did Colorado's "NOTICE AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR NON-COLLECTING RETAILERS" Take Effect July 1st?
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Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Yes, Colorado's reporting requirements law took effect July 1, 2017. From the July revision of General FYI 10 Consumer Use Tax: Purchases made over the internet Tangible personal property purchased over the...   Read More
S-Corp Reimbursement By IRS Mileage Rate After Shareholder Claimed Actual Expenses On Vehicle For His Schedule C Business?
User Photo John Stancil
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

The corporation rightly followed it's policy of reimbursement under an accountable plan. However, the complicating factor here is that the taxpayer has previously accounted for business mileage use on this vehicle...   Read More
Do Most States Within The United States Of America Currently Offer Movie And Television Production Tax Incentives?
User Photo Peter J. Scalise
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

Yes, most states currently offer Movie and Television Production Tax Incentives (hereinafter “MPIs”). MPIs are tax benefits offered on a state-by-state basis throughout the United States to entice, as...   Read More
How Does Cost Segregation Analysis Differ From Construction Tax Planning?
User Photo Peter J. Scalise
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

A properly designed and implemented Construction Tax Planning analysis will proactively identify additional tax savings related to new and / or planned construction projects. It should be duly noted that a...   Read More
User Photo Todd Strumpfer
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

Yes, Cost Segregation works very well with leased space. We find that if the leaseholder spends roughly $200 K or more on leasehold improvements, Cost Segregation will provide a nice income tax benefit. We can...   Read More
User Photo Daniel Farmer, EA
Tax Professional Level: Tax Enthusiast

No. The IRS does not recommend any tax preparation website or software.   Read More
User Photo John Stancil
Tax Professional Level: Master Tax Advisor

No. The process begins with a letter to the taxpayer from the IRS, informing them that the account has been turned over to a private collection agent (PCA). The PCA will follow up with a letter of its own. In no...   Read More


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