What is Cost Segregation Study?

A cost segregation study is a study conducted on residential and non-residential properties in order to identify assets that have a shorter tax life.  An example is carpeting. Carpeting wears down much quicker and is given a 5 year tax life where as a roof is given a 27.5 year tax life on residential properties and a 39 year tax life on non-residential properties.  

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