by George G. Jones and Mark A. Luscombe
Cost segregation has been a long-used technique to maximize depreciation deductions. Lately, however, more aggressive use of this strategy of dividing one asset into various components, some with short recovery periods, has met with greater resistance from the Internal Revenue Service.
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