Bowling Green, Kentucky (PRWEB) November 30, 2017
Encore Energy, Inc. announced today that the Company believes the GOP's proposed tax plan should strengthen the value of the intangible drilling cost deductions (IDC) and tax savings delivered to qualified SEC Accredited oil and gas investors.
How does this plan increase the value of the 100% IDC tax deduction?
1 - Trump has formally announced that the rate for the high-income will stay the same or possibly increase. This increases the value of IDC tax deduction.
2 - The proposed plan disallows the deduction of state taxes paid against federal income. This further increases the value of the IDC tax deduction because deductions can be taken against state and federal income. This makes the IDC tax deduction even more valuable, especially to partners in states that higher tax rates, at the state level.
3 - The proposed plan intends do away with the dreaded Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT). This makes the IDC more valuable and easier to compute for all qualified investors.
4 - This disallowance of mortgage interest deductions for larger mortgages and homes makes these IDC deductions potentially more important to high-income investors.
In come cases, nearly 40 - 50% of the investor's initial investment is subsidized by the US government while oil prices appear to be on the way up. Investors who participate in the month of December, can deduct nearly 95% of their investment against 2017 taxable income.
Encore Energy, Inc. is currently drilling multiple horizontal wells in the Berea play where more than 20% of the state's annual income is produced. The Berea is projected to produce and provide income for up to 15 - 20 years or more. Encore is a proven operator in the Berea play. Be sure to check out their “Investment Due Diligence Section” online at http://www.encore-energy.com/Operations.html
Oil and gas investments involve a high degree of risk and are suitable for investors who can afford the loss of their entire investment. Encore Energy, Inc. does not provide tax advice, and prospective investors should seek advice from their tax advisor(s). The information herein is the opinion of Encore Energy, Inc. as it relates to the proposed tax plan.
For more information and to see if you qualify as an SEC defined accredited investor, please contact Joseph Hooper at (270) 842-1242, ext. 224 or by e-mail at Joseph.Hooper(at)encore-energy(dot)com
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