Energy Efficient Building Deductions, Fixed Assets, and More

Presented on:
January 26, 2021 9:00 AM PT
1 hour

Following 2020, many taxpayers are looking for ways to bolster their economic footing and increase cash flow.

Join us for our on-demand webcast covering opportunities to help businesses get ahead in 2021. We’ll provide an overview of key tangible-asset incentives and focus on energy efficient building opportunities available to both residential and commercial sectors. We’ll also discuss the election’s potential impacts on current fixed-asset opportunities.


  • 45L tax credit opportunities for home builders and residential rental developers
  • Key benefits related to energy efficient building deductions, or 179D studies
  • Cash-flow strategies around fixed assets and deprecation
  • Changes and considerations in light of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act
  • The presidential election’s potential impacts on fixed assets


Chris L’Heureux, Partner, Moss Adams

Chris has provided consulting services since 2003. His experience includes more than 12 years in cost segregation and fixed assets consulting. Chris’s current responsibilities include completing and reviewing cost segregation analyses, fixed asset tax compliance reviews, tangible property regulations consulting, fixed assets management, and repair and maintenance studies.

Jeffrey Shilling, EA, Managing Director, Moss Adams

Jeff leads the Oregon and Northern California Tangible Asset Incentive Services practice at Moss Adams. He provides supervisory and technical expertise to cost segregation, allocation of purchase price and tax depreciation optimization studies. Over his career, Jeff has developed an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the tax laws relating to fixed assets, repairs and maintenance, depreciation, and real and personal property transactions. Industries served include electronic parts manufacturing, silicon chip manufacturing, health care, banking, gaming, food processing, real estate, and construction.

Jonathan Gates, EA, Manager, Moss Adams

Jonathan Gates joined Moss Adams in 2012 and specializes in construction and real estate through the Tangible Asset Incentive Services group. He focuses primarily in cost segregation studies, fixed-asset valuations, Tangible Property Regulation studies, and tax depreciation optimization studies. His target audience are those who are building, improving, repairing, disposing, or acquiring tangible property.

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