Summer 2020 Update
The Final Tangible Property Repair Regulations are in full effect, yet many taxpayers are not in compliance or are missing opportunities to take full advantage of these new rules. This webinar covers compliance requirements as well as potential tax planning strategies on both a retroactive and prospective basis. The webinar also contains in-depth examples and real-life case studies. Participants will be better able to identify tax saving opportunities and be in compliance with these new regulations.
Repair Regulations Overview and Practical Considerations:
• Common changes in accounting methods and optional elections
• The De Minimis Safe Harbor and the $5,000/$2,500 thresholds
• The Routine Maintenance Safe Harbor
• Relief for Small Businesses
• Disposition rules
• Definitions of Betterments, Adaptations and Restorations with examples
• Rules for materials and supplies
Understand changes and new requirements presented by the final repair and disposition regulations
Identify new opportunities to immediately deduct abandoned building components, avoid recapture tax, and expense demolition costs
Gain an in depth knowledge of Unit of Property rules
Eddie is a Director with KBKG and oversees the technical operations of its Cost Segregation practice. He is a Certified Cost Segregation Professional (CCSP) with the American Society of Cost Segregation Professionals (www.ASCSP.org). With over 30 years of cost segregation experience dating back to the Investment Tax Credit period, Eddie is one of the most experienced experts in the industry. Eddie currently serves on the Testing Committee of the ASCSP and is a former Chair of the Education Committee. In that position, he led the effort to develop educational courses and exam prep material that ASCSP members utilize before taking industry accreditation exams. He was also instrumental in getting ASCSP qualified by NASBA to provide Continuing Professional Education (CPE) to the CPA community. Before joining KBKG, Eddie founded Fortress Analytics Inc., a firm specializing in cost segregation services. Prior to that, he spent 20 years with Deloitte where he led a regional cost segregation practice and established his reputation in the marketplace as a cost segregation expert. While at Deloitte, Eddie led a team of 16 professionals to develop 36 course hours of cost segregation training. His client service experience includes delivering cost segregation services to some of the largest corporations in the world. He also has significant experience successfully dealing with IRS audits in this area. Eddie graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Environmental Design and Masters in Construction Management.