Our Services

The Tax Methods and Credit Services (TMCS) practice is one of the fastest growing specialty practices within Elliott Davis. The TMCS practice team is comprised of highly skilled specialists who provide strategic solutions to taxpayers in an effort to increase current and future cash flows.

The team works collaboratively with customers to effectively leverage certain federal and state tax credit and deduction opportunities. Specific areas of focus include cost segregation, research and development tax credits, fixed asset reviews, and tangible property regulation assistance. 

Amended Returns and Carryback Claims

Cost Segregation Studies

Fixed Asset Review

Incentive Management Training

Research and Development Tax Credits

Site Selection Incentives Advisory

Tangible Property Regulation Assistance

Tax Authority Negotiations

Our Team

Jerry D. Lewis, II

Principal
Tax Methods and Credit Services Specialty Group Leader

Steven Pashley

CPA, JD
Senior Manager

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