Imagine paying $399 to get an immediate $20,000-plus in after-tax cash in your pocket this year.
You’re probably thinking it’s too good to be true.
But it isn’t: you can get this cash infusion with a cost segregation study on your rental property thanks to tax reform.
We’ll explain cost segregation, when and how it might make sense for your rental property, and the tax headaches it can cause. ... Log in to view full article.