Sunday, November 22, 2009

Tax Refund for Holiday Shopping: Learn How with Cost Segregation and Rulings with NOL ( Cost Seg Advisor )


This is the time of year to "make" the time to enjoy the company of your family, friends, and community.

Be thankful for what you have and know that thinking "positive" will bring positive things to YOU!

Find a charity to donate time, energy, money or brainpower for now and the remainder of the 2009 Holiday Season.

we will tell you how to REDUCE your taxes and INCREASE cash flow. Even better, with the recent passage of Revenue Procedure (Rev Proc) 2009-52 it allowsmore opportunity to not only reduce taxes going forward, but to potentially receive a tax REFUND because of the ability to carryback a Net Operating Loss (NOL) for up to five years...utilizing either Form 1045 ( Application for Tentative Refund) or Form 1139 ( Corporation Application for Tentative Refund).

Cost Segregation along with this new ruling becomes an incredible tool for business owners and CPA's in order to KEEP more of the money that is "rightfully" theirs. Keeping it rather than giving it to the government.


Revenue Procedure 2009-52 provides guidance under § 13 of the Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009, which allows taxpayers to elect a 3, 4, or 5-year net operating loss (NOL) carryback instead of a normally 2-year carryback. The election applies to an applicable NOL, which is an NOL for a taxable year ending after December 31, 2007, and beginning before January 1, 2010. The revenue procedure tells taxpayers the time and manner for making the election if the taxpayer (1) has not claimed a deduction for an applicable NOL; (2) previously claimed a deduction for an applicable NOL; or (3) previously filed an election to forgo the NOL carryback.

Revenue Procedure 2009-52 will be in IRB 2009-49, dated December 7, 2009.


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