Cost cutting options more often than not, sacrifice quality. Think of it this way, a Cadillac costs more, because of its superior quality. A Ford Pinto costs less, because of its lack of quality. You get what you pay...
Cost Segregation can be tricky. And what’s even trickier is the fact that there no single formula that is used to conduct a study. As a result, cost segregation studies can take various shapes, forms and sizes.