Walker Reid Strategies Receives Preferred Provider Designation by CPAmerica International

Walker Reid Strategies Receives Preferred Provider Designation by CPAmerica International

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Lake Worth, FL – April 3, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Walker Reid Strategies, a licensed engineering firm specializing exclusively in the Energy Policy Act (EPACT) 2005 179D Tax Deduction Certifications has recently been named as a Preferred Provider by CPAmerica International. This designation allows the association membership to access the expertise of Walker Reid Strategies in Section 179D energy efficient commercial building tax deductions and 45L energy efficient home energy credits.

CPAmerica International is an accounting association of independent CPA firms in more than 670 offices worldwide. The combined firm revenues of the CPAmerica International membership are more the $3 billion. Before awarding the Preferred Provider Designation to Walker Reid Strategies, CPAmerica used a rigorous approval process by the membership.

The staff of Walker Reid Strategies includes professional engineers, LEED-accredited professionals and commercial energy raters. They have all the necessary IRS accreditations to evaluate and perform the energy models and inspections required to obtain the 179D Tax Deductions. In addition, they carry an Error & Omissions policy and provide unlimited and full audit support.

“Walker Reid Strategies brings a valuable service that our members can offer their clients,” said Alan Deichler, president of CPAmerica. “We welcome them to the association and are looking forward to a great partnership.”

Walker Reid Strategies provides feasibility studies to pre-qualify every project. After this is completed, the engineering analysis required by the IRS is done with a final inspection before certification. By providing clients with EPACT 2005 179D Certifications that exceed the standards of the IRS, Walker Reid Strategies is able to show clients how to accelerate their ROI and lower their tax basis.

The firm has created Alliance Programs for CPA’s, contractors, designers, and Energy Service Companies (ESCO). For those in the building industry, Walker Reid Strategies shows how to benefit from a tax deduction that could be as much as $1.80 per sq. ft. The Alliance Program for CPA’s helps accounting firms show their clients’ the benefits of the 179D Tax Deductions. The goal of these alliance programs is to promote the development of sustainable buildings and reduce America’s carbon footprint through energy conservation.

About Walker Reid Strategies

Walker Reid Strategies is an industry leader in the EPACT 2005 179D Tax Deductions, providing 179D Certifications to building owners across the nation. In addition, Walker Reid Strategies has created a Professional Advisory Committee of industry leaders to stay up-to-date with industry practices and relevant legislation.

Walker Reid Strategies is a member of ASHRAE and the U.S. Green Building Council.

Contact: David Diaz
561-642-7729 or ddiaz@walkerreid.com
4617 10th Ave N
Lake Worth, FL 33463

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