Uptick In Cost Segregation Audits (Complimentary Webinar With CPE Credit): Register For January 31st Webinar

Uptick In Cost Segregation Audits
January 31st, 2024
8:00AM PST I 10:00 A.M. CST | 11:00 A.M. EST
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Learning Objectives Include:

After this course, the practitioner will:

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Brian Coddington

Senior Director of Tax Accounting Methods

Brian Paul Coddington provides compliance, consultation, and audit representation services in the areas of tax accounting methods and credits. Mr. Coddington has represented taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service in matters involving LIFO inventory methods, Uniform Capitalization (“UNICAP”), cost segregation, and research credit claims. He has represented clients before the I.R.S. National Office in numerous Accounting Method Changes. Mr. Coddington began his career at Source Advisors where he oversaw all tax technical research and provided technical support services, including audit representation, to all tax offerings. He then worked at a Big 4 firm in a national projects group that specialized in Federal inventory tax matters. In 2011 he became sole practitioner advising in the areas of tax accounting methods, research credit, and fixed asset issues. He is a frequent CPE presenter. Mr. Coddington is an Enrolled Agent, is a mediator in the state of Texas, and has pursued additional studies at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law.

Greg Bryant

Managing Director, Assessments

Greg is Senior Managing Director at Source Advisors where he is responsible for key client relationships and strategic development for the firm. Prior to the Source/Bedford merger, Greg was founder and Managing Partner of Bedford, having successfully established the firm as a recognized industry leader, guiding Bedford to the completion of more than 14,000 Cost Segregation studies, covering a wide range of property types and sizes. Combining experience in development, construction and engineering for more than four decades, Greg has a broad understanding of the commercial real estate industry, ranging from project conceptualization through construction and asset management. A graduate of Dawson College, Greg has also completed specialized real estate studies at the University of Texas at Arlington and Loyola University’s Sellinger School of Business in Baltimore, MD. Greg is a Certified member and first president of the American Society of Cost Segregation Professionals (ASCSP), a nonprofit professional organization, where he has served as a member of the Board of Directors, Technical Standards Committee, and Testing Committee.
Chris Vignone

Managing Director, Indirect Tax

An acclaimed State & Local Tax specialist and thought leader, Chris is well known for his success in identifying multi-million dollar tax-saving opportunities for Fortune 1000 companies and implementing operational changes for long-term business efficiency. With more than 25 years of experience, he carries a wealth of knowledge in SALT and income audit defense and refund claims, VDAs for state & local taxes and unclaimed property, state & local credits and incentives, and tax technology consulting. Chris’s industry specialties include retail, telecommunications, bankruptcy, and turnarounds. He is a frequent lecturer at business and academic forums and an active member of industry trade associations such as AICPA and TEI. Chris holds a B.B.A. and M.B.A. from Pace University’s Lubin School of Business with a concentration in public accounting.
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