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Taxes are your enemy, but tax deductions are your friends. Taxes are the great bane of most businesses. Alas, business deductions act as a salve to cool the burning and itching of your bank account.
Tax Rule No.1: Don’t cheat the IRS. But that doesn’t mean you should cheat yourself. Take every legal tax deduction you can.
Cost segregation evolved as the result of multiple court cases and IRS rulings. The body of knowledge is summarized in the Audit Techniques Guide (ATG), published by the IRS.
The sales comparison approach is the most intuitive and best understood of the three approaches to value. Home buyers, companies renting office space and real estate investors all utilize this approach. Comparable sales are often referred to as comps and rental comparables are often referred to as rent comps.
Expert witness testimony is a subset of litigation support services. The expert witness’ primary responsibility is to develop and support a credible opinion of value.
Business valuations are performed using methodology similar to the process for real estate appraisals. However in business valuation, the data sources are different. Further, there are nuances in the form of analysis.
Feasibility studies are a combination of a market study and financial analysis used to determine if it is financially feasible to develop a proposed property.
The income approach is often given primary emphasis when appraising a commercial real estate used to generate income. Estimates of value via the income approach are highly sensitive to changes in revenue, expense and capitalization rates.
Highest and best use analysis can assist an owner in maximizing return. Highest and best use analysis can be performed for acreage, site development, and for improved properties. Research and planning can substantially increase investment returns.
Business purchase price allocation is necessary following the purchase or sale of a business. The purchaser needs to allocate the total purchase price to establish their books for the purpose of calculating amortization and depreciation.
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