We offer many different solutions for many different types of businesses like Cost Segregation, Merchant Account Services, Etc.
Cost Segregation Studies
Under United States tax laws and accounting rules, cost segregation is the process of identifying personal property assets that are grouped with real property assets, and separating out personal assets for tax reporting purposes.
According to the American Society of Cost Segregation Professionals, a cost segregation is “the process of identifying property components that are considered “personal property” or “land improvements” under the federal tax code.”
A cost segregation study identifies and reclassifies personal property assets to shorten the depreciation time for taxation purposes, which reduces current income tax obligations.
Personal property assets include a building’s non-structural elements, exterior land improvements and indirect construction costs. The primary goal of a cost segregation study is to identify all construction-related costs that can be depreciated over a shorter tax life (typically 5, 7 and 15 years) than the building (39 years for non-residential real property). Personal property assets found in a cost segregation study generally include items that are affixed to the building but do not relate to the overall operation and maintenance of the building.
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Most business just simply don’t take the time to sit down and go through the options, that is where we come in and do the work for you. We will educate on the different options out their as well as the most procured equipment that would need to be utilized.
Business Continuity Planning
Business continuity planning (BCP, also called business continuity and resiliency planning BCRP) identifies an organization’s exposure to internal and external threats and synthesizes hard and soft assets to provide effective prevention and recovery for the organization, while maintaining competitive advantage and value system integrity.
A business continuity plan is a plan to continue operations if a place of business is affected by different levels of disaster.
Which can be localized short term disasters, to days long building wide problems, to a permanent loss of a building. Such a plan typically explains how the business would recover its operations or move operations to another location after damage by events like natural disasters, theft, or flooding. For example, if a fire destroys an office building or data center, the people and business or data center operations would relocate to a recovery site.
Any event that could negatively impact operations is included in the plan, such as supply chain interruption, loss of or damage to critical infrastructure (major machinery or computing /network resource).