Despite this urban-rural connection, however, these struggles did not cross the boundaries of the localities in which they were waged. They remained isolated from each other and while they indicated the depth of reaction to the repressive conditions in the countryside and increased the general tide of militancy, they were ultimately unsustainable. National campaigns increasingly focused on urban issues and a co-ordinated national rural movement that could galvanise the struggles of rural people and place the issue of land and agrarian reform on the centre-stage of the liberation struggle did not emerge.
Though a cost segregation study has the potential to be an immensely beneficial part of your tax planning strategy, there are still several things you must consider before you undertake such a study. The existing case law pertaining to cost segregation studies does not present a clear picture as to precisely how to classify a given piece of property as either real or personal. Hence, IRS audits which arise from cost segregation studies are likely to involve intensive inquiries into the facts of the case. In view of this, it’s very important that those contemplating a cost segregation study go the extra mile and procure the most qualified help that they possibly can to assist with this endeavor. In other words, taxpayers who take excessive cost-cutting measures in the beginning run the risk of paying much more in the distant future.