Firm News

March 03, 2023

Announcing Two Spring Webinars on Tax Strategies for Developers, Building Owners, CRE and more

Alloy Silverstein Accountants and Advisors has partnered with Engineered Tax Services to present two Alloy Academy webinars this Spring focused on complex real estate tax strategies.

Business owners, developers, contractors, building owners, commercial real estate professionals, new construction homeowners, and others can benefit by better understanding these potentially significant tax-saving opportunities.


179D and 45L Webinar

Have you recently built or renovated a commercial building or are you currently developing new residential construction? This April 6th webinar is a 45-minute presentation on the new and old 179D energy tax deduction requirements as well as the 45L energy-efficient home tax credit changes from last year’s Inflation Reduction Act.

For the 179D deduction, commercial buildings of any size and apartment buildings with 4+ stories that have been built or renovated to meet certain energy-efficient standards after December 31, 2005 may qualify.

For the 45L tax credit, energy-efficient properties may include newly-built single-family homes, multifamily dwellings and apartments (up to three stories), vacation homes, house boats, house trailers, and manufactured homes.

Eligible developers, contractors, builders, building owners, landlords, and homeowners may qualify for significant tax savings if property, improvements, and new builds meet certain criteria. Attend our upcoming webinar to learn more about eligibility and certification.

Webinar Details:

Thursday, April 6
1:00pm Zoom Webinar

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Cost Segregation Webinar

A 45-minute webinar that goes into detail on cost segregation, new and old bonus depreciation rules, repairs and maintenance, partial asset disposition, and more. This presentation is geared towards helping business owners, landlords, building owners, and commercial real estate professionals understand how conducting a cost segregation study, which accelerates depreciation of segmented real estate assets, can potentially increase cash flow and uncover tax savings.


Webinar Details:  *NEW DATE*

Thursday, April 27

1:00pm Zoom Webinar

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About the Presenter:

Kim Lochridge, Engineereed Tax Services
Kim Lochridge is Executive Vice President for Engineered Tax Services, Inc. (ETS), an industry-leading provider of specialty tax services in the United States. Kim possesses a powerful combination of real-world business management skills, with a fundamental understanding and practical application of tax codes as they relate to real estate, and energy efficiency incentives. This knowledge and experience has uniquely positioned her as a big-league tax expert for Fortune 500, high net worth individuals, ultra-high net worth individuals, single and multiple family offices, architects, engineers, and CPAs nationwide. Kim is also a frequent multi-national speaker in the tax, investment, private wealth, and family office spaces where she altruistically shares her expertise with others.

About Engineered Tax Services (ETS)
ETS is a professional engineering firm that has its own licensed engineers, LEED Accredited Professionals, and experienced Certified Public Accountants on staff. We marry the science of engineering with the principles of tax and accounting to arrive at financial solutions that increased cash flow, minimized tax payments, and maximum return on investment. Since EPAct was enacted, ETS has been at the forefront of the energy accreditation and related tax benefits field. With 26 offices nationally, ETS is headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida.

ETS is dedicated to supporting its clients’ financial goals by offering sophisticated tax mitigation and wealth-building strategies: cost segregation, R&D tax credits, 179D energy tax deductions, and 45L energy tax credits, Employee Retention Tax Credits (ERTC), Worker Opportunity Tax Credits (WOTC), and Wireless Infrastructure Technology (WIT). As experts in our field, we keep up with the latest regulatory changes to ensure your tax claim has the maximum chance of acceptance by the IRS and other tax bodies.