3 Things to Know About Healthcare Cost Segregation
Cost segregation services let healthcare and seniors housing owners and operators comply with tax laws and reduce tax liability. Here are three things to know about cost segregation, according to Principle Valuation.
1. Cost segregation allows healthcare housing owners and operators to separate short-lived assets from long-lived assets.
2. Cost segregation studies can be conducted as standalone services or along with valuations to allocate purchase price during an acquisition.
3. These studies reasonably reflect the long- and short-lived components of healthcare facilities for depreciation and tax liability purposes, providing a clear picture of asset lives.
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