How can Cost Segregation Study LLC help you?

At Cost Segregation Study LLC, our approach is goal-oriented.  We create value for our clients, and do not interfere with current business relationships.  We are willing to work with your existing accountant to help you r company realize the value our service can provide.

Our construction engineering and tax specialists examine real estate holdings to determine which costs can be segregated and depreciated over a much shorter recovery period, rather than over a 39-year depreciable life.

  • Our experts are trained in this technical are of taxation and engineering-based approach of constructing your facility.
  • Our consultants have researched all the highly technical court cases, IRS rulings and procedures as they relate to cost segregation.
  • Our professionals can read and interpret blueprints and specifications.
  • Our team has performed thousands of studies ranging from warehouses to highly automated processing plants.
  • We build strategic alliances with CPA firms with engineering support to complete outsourcing.
  • We have experience in dealing with IRS audits as it pertains to asset allocations.

           We've saved millions of dollars
                               for businesses like yours!

Cost Segregation Studies for Ambulatory Care Facilities

If your clients acquire real estate valued at $1 million or more, they may be eligible for substantial federal and state tax savings through a professionally conducted Cost Segregation Study.

A cost segregation study involves certain assets within the transaction that may qualify for accelerated depreciation. The results of accelerated depreciation are larger tax deductions over a shorter period, meaning increased cash flow and lower capital costs.


Cost segregation studies can be performed on current, as well as on past, real estate transactions. Contact a Cost Segregation Study, LLC professional for a free cost benefit analysis on all of your real estate transactions, past or present.

Sample Cost Segregation Study for Ambulatory Care Facility

For a $2.7 million ambulatory surgery center in the Southeast, a professional cost segregation study involving both the tax and engineering analysis was able to allocate approximately 54% of the construction cost to assets with a shorter tax life (from the 39-year real estate portion). The result was an accelerated tax deduction to the medical practice of $975,000 in the first four succeeding tax years.