KBKG Review 2024

KBKG specializes in federal tax credits and incentives, including cost segregation and the employee retention credit.

    Erica Seppala
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    Chelsea Krause

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Total Rating 4.9


Customer Service4.9

User Reviews5.0

KBKG At A Glance

  • KBKG is a tax consulting firm that works with large companies, individuals, real estate professionals, accountants, and more.
  • The company works with clients to claim tax credits and incentives through cost segregation, R&D, ERC, and more.
  • KBKG has easy-to-use free tax credit calculators, paid software, and other resources.

Erica Seppala

Erica Seppala

Editor & Senior Staff Writer at Merchant Maverick
Erica began writing on small business topics in 2008. She joined Merchant Maverick in 2018 and focuses on loans, accounting, and POS. She is a Certified ProAdvisor for QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Payroll. She has been cited in MSN, Reader's Digest, Vox, U.S. News & World Report, and Real Simple. She is a graduate of Limestone University and resides in Greenville, South Carolina.
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Cost Segregation Review Methodology

We spend hours researching and evaluating each cost segregation company we review at Merchant Maverick, placing special emphasis on key characteristics to generate our service provider ratings.

When rating cost segregation companies, we use an 18-point rubric that looks at features, fees, customer service, and user reviews. We weigh each section differently to calculate the total star rating.

  • Features: 50% of the total star rating
  • Fees: 35% of the total star rating
  • Customer Service: 10% of the total star rating
  • User Reviews: 5% of the total star rating

Each section is further broken down into granular, weighted subsections, in which we look at specific attributes, like whether a free initial analysis is available, which cost segregation resources are offered, and availability in all 50 states.

Learn more about how we rate cost segregation companies.