Personal Property

By: Martin M. Shenkman, CPA, MBA, JD

Furniture, equipment, and other moveable property and assets. Buildings and land are not personal property, they are real property. When buying or constructing a building, valuable tax benefits can be found by carefully identifying which property is properly treated as personal property instead of real property. This is because personal property can be written off (depreciated) more quickly than real property.

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