About Ernst & Morris
Ernst & Morris Consulting Group, Inc. is the nation’s oldest and largest firm dedicated to performing cost segregation studies. Located in Marietta, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta, E&M has performed studies in all 50 states for both CPA firms and property owners directly. Ernst & Morris has completed over 18,000 studies, resulting in the deferral of over $2.5 billion in taxes. Ernst & Morris provides the engineering approach to hundreds of accounting firms nationwide and is the preferred provider of cost segregation services for several accounting associations.
E&M studies have been scrutinized by thousands of accounting professionals as well as the Internal Revenue Service. The professionals at Ernst & Morris have defended dozens of studies during IRS audits, qualifying them as experts in thorough and respected performance. Ernst & Morris engineers and managers possess over 150 years of combined cost segregation and related experience. E&M studies conform to the “engineering approach”, the highest standard set forth in the “IRS Audit Techniques Guide”. E&M offers superior service and technical assistance, including full IRS defense in the unlikely event of an audit. An inspection of the facility occurs with every study performed.
No matter what the size or scope of the study, E&M’s knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and construction drawings plus our accounting experts, make us more than able to deliver engineering-based cost segregation studies that will stand up to the closest scrutiny by the IRS.
Ernst & Morris Consulting Group, Inc.
2190 Dallas Highway
Marietta, Georgia 30064
Phone: 1-800-COSTSEG (267-8734)
According to a recent article in the AICPA’s Journal of Accountancy,
“Selecting a firm that uses qualified professionals with years of significant, relevant experience can be an important differentiator in the quality of a cost segregation study.”
Journal of Accountancy
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