Fixed assets

Make the most of your assets.

Peter Baltmanis

Peter Baltmanis

Principal, Tax, KPMG US

+1 214-840-6756

Make the most of your assets

Strategically managing your long-term fixed assets in regard to their tax treatments can impact your bottom line significantly.  

With experienced professionals and proprietary technology tools, KPMG’s dedicated Fixed Asset Services team provides a full range of services to help capital-intensive companies drive tax savings, return on investment and compliance.

How KPMG can help

We can help you enhance the value of your fixed assets, from acquisition to retirement.

Fixed Asset Reviews: Need help identifying and documenting tax deductions for fixed assets and capital improvement projects? Companies turn to our fixed asset services professionals for a thorough review of historical and current-year records, which may reveal untapped tax savings.

Construction Tax Planning: We help you proactively identify tax benefits for new and planned construction–from the earliest stages of the project to completion. Our services apply to construction projects in the United States and globally.

Tangible Property Regulations: We will keep you abreast of tangible property regulations and disposition rules. Get one-stop access to the latest Internal Revenue Service and U.S Treasury updates, plus our own insights about the implications of these important rules for your business.

Cost Segregation: Drawing on the skills of architectural, engineering, and valuation professionals, we provide analysis of construction costs, leasehold improvements, and acquired real property assets to help companies accelerate tax depreciation deductions on qualifying construction projects.

IRC §179D deduction for energy efficient commercial building property
A deduction of up to $1.80 per square foot has been available to commercial building owners or lessees that install energy efficient property resulting in at least 50% energy savings compared to a baseline building.
Proposed Section 168(k) regulations—Opportunity summary
The U.S. Treasury Department and IRS recently released proposed Section 168(k) regulations, which provide guidance for claiming the expanded additional first-year depreciation deduction that was enacted as part of the 2017 U.S. tax legislation.