Mark Rogers

Principal, Business Credits & Incentives

Mark Rogers

I find great fulfillment in advising on and implementing tax saving strategies for taxpayers who are acquiring, building or renovating tangible property.

OVERVIEW

Mark has over 18 years of experience helping taxpayers identify and implement tax-saving strategies made available through building, acquiring, renovating and designing property. As the leader of the Fixed Asset Services (FAS) group, Mark oversees a national team of CPAs, Professional Engineers, energy modelers, LEED professionals, architects, HERS raters and construction specialists. The FAS group has more than 30 professionals with wide industry experience performing Fixed Asset Planning, 179D Energy Deduction, Cost Segregation, 45L Energy Credit, Tangible Property Regulations and Construction Tax Planning studies.

When you work with Mark, you can expect him to take the time to understand your fixed asset process, to dig deep into the makeup of your fixed asset ledger and real estate portfolio and to thoughtfully analyze how tax savings strategies can be implemented to achieve your tax goals.

Outside of work, Mark enjoys spending time with his family at the lake, watching HGTV and sports, catching a movie at the theatre and going for outdoor runs.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education

  • Master of Architecture – University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
  • Master of Business – University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
  • Ecole d'Architecture in Versailles, France

KNOWLEDGE

Client Work

  • Provides leadership for organizations by identifying and executing tax-saving strategies surrounding building, acquiring and renovating property.
  • Directed the implementation of the tangible property regulations for a large hospital organization with 158 hospitals, 400,000+ line items and $17B in basis that resulted in a $200M+ Section 481(a) deduction.
  • Set up a fixed asset outsourcing arrangement for a retailer with 300+ stores resulting in a consistent stream of annual tax savings.
  • Managed the cost segregation analysis of an $8B urban entertainment complex in Las Vegas, Nev.

COMMUNITY

Community Involvement

  • Greater Chicago Food Depository, Board Member