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Cost Segregation Case Study for a Medical Facility

A successful surgery center owned by several partners in the practice were looking for additional income to invest in equipment for new services within their practice. After meeting with their tax counsel and financial institution, it was decided that performing cost segregation on their building would offer them the best return on investment. The work on their part was minimal, the process was easy and fast, and allowed the expansion to occur on time.

Facility type:

Medical Facility

Date Purchased:

December 2006

Price:

$7,258,763

Five-year tax savings:

$310,319