Cost Segregation Calculator

Could you increase your business cash flow by accelerating federal tax depreciation?

If you own a commercial or residential building with a tax liability, you may benefit from a cost segregation analysis. Opportunities exist for:

  • Newly constructed or acquired buildings
  • Buildings constructed or acquired in prior years
  • Significant remodel, renovation, or expansion activities
  • Property constructed or purchased during or after 1988

Use our simple calculator to estimate the benefits of performing a cost segregation study.




(Must be over $100,000)

(Will be calculated based on Property Cost and Land Allocation)




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What is cost segregation?

Cost segregation is a tax planning technique that can increase cash flow by accelerating federal tax depreciation of construction-related assets by depreciating assets over 5, 7, and 15-year lives instead of 27.5 or 39 years.

With the passage of 2017 tax reform legislation, "used" property is now eligible for 100 percent bonus depreciation, which provides an added boost to accelerate tax depreciation in the first year an asset is placed in service. Learn more about bonus depreciation and why these tax reform changes make cost segregation studies essential.