This course will provide CPAs and CFOs a number of tax strategies to utilize in place of or in conjuction with QIP. If you work with real estate clients or work with commercial real estate this webinar will assist with your 2019 tax planning.
Qualified Improvement Property (QIP) has undergone a number of changes over the years. In this session, we will examine the historical treatment of Qualified Property Categories and focus on the current status of QIP under tax reform. We will discuss the “QIP controversy” and the associated challenges that taxpayers face as a result. We will also consider several other strategies that might be used in place of QIP, and explore a strategic hierarchy for employing those strategies most successfully. An overview of the 9/13/19 updates to the TCJA written binding contract (WBC) and bonus rules will also be reviewed.
With over 10 years’ experience in sales and account management, Carly enjoys working closely with clients and prospects to help them understand the value of cost segregation studies. Carly covers the NY, NJ, and CT region for Capstan. She is dedicated to building strong relationships with her clients and considers her clients to be partners with Capstan. With a background in financial services and research, Carly is experienced with meeting tight deadlines and exceeding client expectations. Carly provides customized in-house CPE for your team, and is a regular presenter of Capstan webinars.
Capstan is a professional services firm that provides engineering-driven tax strategies to commercial real estate owners and their CPAs. Providing a wide range of services, including cost segregation studies, unit of property studies, and tangible property analysis, Capstan strives to optimize the tax efficiency of fixed assets and maximize accelerated depreciation. Though headquartered in Jenkintown PA, Capstan has become the firm of choice for hundreds of clients from coast to coast. Visit us at www.capstantax.com.
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