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Capital Review Group: Grasping the Tax Opportunities for Apartment Building Owners

Thanks to §179 of the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) , new and existing apartment buildings not only can recognize significant reductions in energy costs, but may also qualify for substantial tax deductions for energy-efficient construction and renovations. To make the most of the apartment building's...

Capital Review Group: Are You Ready to Take Advantage of the New Green Tax Incentives?

INTRODUCTION The Energy Policy Act of 2005 includes a tax deduction for investments in "energy-efficient commercial building property" designed to significantly reduce the heating, cooling, water heating, and interior lighting energy cost of new or existing commercial buildings. This energy...

Capital Review Group: Benefits of the Cost Segregation Study for Real Estate Investors

Introduction Financial advisors often find it difficult or impossible to suggest methods or strategies to reduce real estate property owners' federal tax liability and apply MACRS depreciation to all assets that qualify under the IRS Rules and Procedures. In accordance with the Department of the...

Capital Review Group: Energy Efficiency and Claiming the §179D Deduction as Far Back as 1/1/2006

Introduction The Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct) includes the §179D tax deduction for investments in "energy-efficient commercial building property" designed to significantly reduce the heating, cooling, water heating, and interior lighting energy cost of new or existing commercial...