Tampa Bay Branch - Understanding IRS Tax Benefits of Going Green

  • 06 Aug 2009
  • 11:30 AM
  • Landry’s Seafood House on the Courtney Campbell Causeway 7616 W Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa 33607
  • 28


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engined tax serv.jpgUnderstanding the IRS Tax Benefits of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 & Tax and Cash Flow Strategies in Today's Economy

The Energy Policy Act was recently extended through 2013 as a result of the Federal government's bailout plan.
As a building owner, real estate investor, property management company, accountants, architects or contractor are you reaping the benefits of this huge tax savings opportunity?
We'll help you make sense of the IRS's energy tax benefits!
 Attendees will learn:
•    How to identify valuable tax savings in the Energy Policy Act to take advantage of energy efficient design, construction, upgrade and renovation of buildings placed in service between Jan. 1, 2006 and Dec. 31, 2013
•    How to apply the tax savings to new construction and renovation projects
•    How architects, engineers and contractors can benefit as the designer of constructed or renovated public buildings and turn their knowledge and application of the Energy Policy Act into a huge tax deductions for themselves
•    How to turn your knowledge and application of The Energy Policy Act into a competitive advantage in your marketplace
•    How to find additional tax savings through building cost segregation and Pre-Renovation Studies.
Please be our guest as we open the door to substantial tax savings opportunities for you and your clients!
Matt Lister of Engineered Tax Services will explain the $1.80-per-square-foot tax benefits of the Energy Policy Act, which may increase to $3 per square foot later this year.  He'll explain how you can take advantage of tax incentives for the energy-efficient systems that you already have or want to undertake.
The most often overlooked tax benefit relative to the Energy Policy Act extension is the tax benefits construed for commercial building owners.  Real estate investors can now reduce the payback period in investing in energy-efficient components with the added benefit of deducting up to the entire expense of these assets immediately, versus depreciating these assets over 39 years
About Engineered Tax Services (ETS)
Engineered Tax Services is a licensed engineering firm and the premier firm in the United States at marrying the science of energy engineering with the principles of tax and accounting. ETS provides IRS sanctioned services to include engineered based Cost Segregation and Pre-Renovation Studies, Energy Tax Certifications and Engineered Based Insurance Replacement Studies. View www.Engineeredtaxservices.com.
Thursday August 6th
Registration starts 11:30 am
Program Begins 12:00

Landry’s Seafood House
on the Courtney Campbell Causeway
7616 W Courtney Campbell Causeway Tampa 33607

$20 Chapter members
$25 Non Members
$35 Walk-ins

Registration cost includes
Program & lunch buffet

USGBC Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, c/o Florida Atlantic University, College of Engineering and Computer Science,
777 Glades Road, Room EE 329, Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991, info@usgbc-fgc.org / 561-373-7367
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