Tax Depreciation: Best Practices, Opportunities and Pitfalls

Webinar: ID# 1012792
Recorded CD
About This Course:

    Depreciation Overview

    • Background On Tax Depreciation Regime (MACRS)
    • Applicable Depreciation Methods
    • Applicable Conventions
    • Recovery Periods and Rev. Proc. 87-56
    • Pitfalls
    • Special Real Property Classifications
    • QLHI
    • QRP
    • QRIP
    • Pitfalls
    Fixed Asset/Depreciation Opportunities

    • Bonus And Section 179
    • Prior Law
    • Current Law
    • Future Considerations
    • Pitfalls
    • Cost Segregation Studies
    • Benefits
    • Overlap With 1031
    • Pitfalls
    • Incidental Repairs And Maintenance Costs
    Fixed Asset Related Accounting Method Changes

    • Depreciation
    • Repairs And Maintenance

    Brandon Ardillo, Grant Thornton LLP

    • Tax senior associate with more than 4 years of specialized tax consulting experience in Grant Thornton LLP's Corporate Strategic Federal Tax Services practice
    • Experience includes capital cost recovery optimization including cost segregation, repairs and maintenance, and application of complex IRC code, regulations and case law
    • Has experience working on research and development tax credits and working with CFOs and industry experts to provide and substantiate valuable tax credits
    • Member of the Certified Public Accountant and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
    • MPAcc Tax degree, University of Washington
    • bio info

    Richard Shevak, Grant Thornton LLP

    • Senior manager in Grant Thornton LLP's National Accounting Methods practice
    • Provides technical support to clients and tax professionals in Grant Thornton's operating offices on a wide range of tax accounting issues including income recognition, timing of deductions, capitalization of expenditures, method changes, as well as special methods of tax accounting including section 199, inventory, and depreciation
    • Spent six years in Grant Thornton's Washington National Tax Office and is now in Grant Thornton's Strategic Federal Tax Consulting group
    • Before joining Grant Thornton in 2006, Richard gained approximately five years of broad-based income tax accounting experience at the Internal Revenue Service, Office of Chief Counsel in Washington, D.C.
    • Licensed as an attorney in New York
    • Member of ABA and AICPA
    • bio info

    Tax Depreciation: Best Practices, Opportunities and Pitfalls
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