Section 179D Energy Efficient Tax Deduction

Go green and reduce tax liability.

Many commercial, industrial and multi-family residential building owners are missing out on the opportunity to significantly accelerate the write-off of real property expenditures. Significant federal tax deductions for creating energy-efficient commercial projects often go unutilized.

Experts help determine deductions or reduced tax liability, resulting in increased cash flow. Experienced teams help secure maximum dollars allowed under the law, and if the property is government owned, the architect or designer may be assigned the tax deduction, despite not having made the capital expenditure.

Rely on qualified, experienced teams to provide appraisals and valuations that maximize savings.

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Craig coordinates the strategic direction and oversees the delivery of cost segregation and related service offerings for Wipfli. He spends the majority of his time assisting clients with the proper classification of assets for tax advantages and improved cash flow. Craig has over 35 years of experience in the appraisal of complex industrial, commercial, and special-purpose real estate for purchase, sale, ad valorem tax, allocation, financing (FIRREA), insurance, Section 179D, and Section 1245/1250 cost segregation.

 179D Energy Efficient Tax Deduction

 Section 179D Energy Efficient Tax Deduction Analysis