In their Taxation column, Ezra Dyckman, a partner at Roberts & Holland, and Daniel W. Stahl, an associate at the firm, review a recent decision which, while affirming the ability of a taxpayer to take depreciation on real estate based on cost segregation, provides a note of caution to real estate owners as to the perils of being over-aggressive in a cost segregation and the importance of having detailed documentation to back it up.
Tax Court Addresses Real Estate Cost Segregation
New York Law Journal
August 22, 2012
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