(i) Our attention to detail.
(ii) Bringing people together.
(iii) Getting the work done, whatever it is, such as:
(a) Handling depreciation for hundreds of fixed assets.
(b) Determining costs that can be expensed.
(c) Determining costs that have to be capitalized, whether such capitalized costs can be depreciated or amortized, if/when such capitalized costs can be written off.
(d) Analyzing for book/tax timing differences and the effects on income tax payments and income tax accounting and reporting in the financial statements.
(e) Analysis of earnings and profits to determine reporting of dividends to shareholders of REITs and corporations.
(f) Research and analysis regarding partnership taxable income (loss) allocations, transfers of partnership interests and partnership mergers.
(g) Research and analysis regarding corporate acquisitions, dispositions and reorganizations.
(h) Due diligence.