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Cost Segregation Accounting Advantages For Multi-State Distribution Centers

Cost Segregation – A Case Study

Newly renovated distribution centers may often be reclassified into shorter useful lives for tax purposes. In order to determine if a change in tax class life is appropriate, it is important to fully understand the assets use and condition.

This brief paper illustrates how reclassification of capitalized costs in combination with cost segregation studies can lead to savings of both personal and real property tax.


Editor’s Note: This content was originally published on May 21, 2014. It has been ungated and republished due to popular demand.”

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