Paragon Systems to Present Fixed Asset Tax Management Strategy at Sage Summit

Scott Swarts of Paragon Systems will lead a session about fixed asset cost segregation and related tax savings using Sage Fixed Assets software.

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Sage FAS Fixed Asset Software Provider Paragon Systems

Paragon Systems

The Sage Fixed Assets and Cost Segregation session is going to be very revealing and informative. When I talk to people at industry and business events, they're always stunned when they learn how intuitive and creative these tax-saving techniques are.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) July 08, 2014

Paragon Systems, fixed asset consulting experts and leading Sage Fixed Assets software provider, announced that President Scott Swarts has been invited to lead a session at Sage Summit 2014. The session entitled “Sage Fixed Assets: The Importance of Cost Segregation” will provide guidance about the significant tax savings that can result from properly identifying and segregating qualified fixed assets to maximize potential tax depreciation expense.

Sage Summit is the marquee annual conference for the entire Sage software community, including authorized partners, as well as current and prospective customers of Sage business software products. Scott says, “We’ve attended Sage Summit and participated as an exhibitor for over a decade now. It’s always a fantastic opportunity to meet with colleagues, customers, and industry experts to hear about the latest in technology, business software, and industry best practices.”

For Scott, Sage Summit 2014 is particularly exciting in anticipation of what promises to be a unique, insightful, and eye-opening session about Fixed Asset Management and Cost Segregation Strategies. He points out, "The Sage Fixed Assets and Cost Segregation session is going to be very revealing and informative to Sage Summit attendees. When I talk to people at industry and business networking events, they’re always stunned when they learn how intuitive and creative these tax-saving techniques are. They want to know why none of their usual advisors – attorney, broker, or accountant – told them about this stuff."

Cost segregation is the engineering-based process of identifying and separating out personal property assets that are grouped with real property assets for tax reporting purposes. The session at Sage Summit will teach attendees and business leaders how to properly identify IRS qualified personal property and land improvements in order to:

  • Maximize depreciation deductions for their business
  • Reduce company income tax liability
  • Recover lost tax benefits from prior years, while creating big tax savings for new projects
  • Free up cash flow from a variety of unexpected sources
  • Create detailed records for fixed asset accounting
Paragon Systems will also be participating as a Sage Summit exhibitor on the tradeshow floor in booth #1916. So if the Cost Segregation session fills up and seats are no longer available, Sage Summit attendees are encouraged to stop by the Paragon Systems exhibitor booth for information and resources to take away.

Visit http://www.FixedAssetExperts.com for more information about Paragon Systems or http://www.SageSummit.com to register for the conference and attend the cost segregation session.

About Paragon Systems:

Paragon Systems, a division of Paragon International, Inc. located in Schaumburg, IL, is an authorized business partner of Sage Software and certified in the Asset Accounting and Inventory applications. Paragon has been working with Sage Software providing fixed asset management solutions for over 25 years. They provide a complete Goldstrike solution, including inventory services and bar-coding hardware, data conversion and integration, cost reconciliation and appraisal services, and software customization and training. The Paragon Valuation Group division provides engineering-based cost segregation and allocation of purchase price services, along with valuation of businesses and fixed assets.

As a member of the Sage Fixed Assets VAR council, they regularly contribute to the development and enhancement of the fixed asset product line, specializing in Sage Fixed Assets implementation and integration of inventory services.

Learn more at http://www.FixedAssetExperts.com