Money Doesn’t Grow On Trees
...but it Might Be in the Walls of Your Building!
Reduce your taxes.
Increase your cash flow.
Grow your business.
Did you know commercial building owners can save 6-10% of their building's value on their federal taxes?
We have the ability to maximize one of the largest assets you own, your commercial building. Most building owners have tens to hundreds of thousands of tax dollars locked in the walls of their buildings. Integrated Cashflow Services brings you three unique, diversified services to increase your cash flow through tax deferral, energy reduction and 179d tax credits, and cost procurement reduction.
Cost Segregation Services
Do you want to reduce the amount of tax you owe, increase your cashflow, and improve your day-to-day operations?
Cost Segregation is an IRS-approved tax application that allows building owners to accelerate depreciation through an engineering- based study, unlocking tax dollars to utilize in their business.
Integrated Cashflow Services provides cost analysis and reduction services that can save your company thousands and help your business grow. We bring to the table a team of experienced experts with the power to reduce your costs and increase efficiencies without any out of pocket expenses from you until the cost savings are validated.
Are you taking advantage of federal tax credits and rebates?
Investing in energy efficient lighting will reduce your energy consumption, as well as make you eligible for tax credits to cover the cost of replacement bulbs and the labor associated with purchasing and replacing old style bulbs. Integrated Cashflow services can perform a comprehensive analysis of your commercial building and help you maximize your money-saving potential with energy efficient solutions and tax assistance.
As the owner of Integrated Cashflow services, Terry Datsko has been providing business owners with solutions to increase cashflow and strengthen their businesses for over 5 years. Mr. Datsko takes pride in his results, as he guides businesses to reduce their operating costs by an average of 38 percent.
Contact Us Today to Receive a No-Obligation, No-Cost Analysis