We asked our Certified members why they went through the time and effort.
“Credibility as having the engineering knowledge required to execute a study according to IRS “standards”, especially since I am a CPA, who are often seen as unqualified and without expertise required to implement an engineer-based study.”
” Obtaining the ASCSP Certification helped me deepen my knowledge of cost segregation. ”
““Earning the CCSP designation is a testament to one’s commitment to our craft. It signifies experience, quality, and integrity. We require all our employees who meet the experience requirements to take and pass the CCSP exam for certification.” Gian Pazzia CCSP- Principal – KBKG
“The CCSP designation is an indicator of your industry knowledge and commitment to the profession. It also affirms that you have obtained a base of knowledge that is equal to anyone in the profession. ” – Rod Axtell, CPA, CCSP – Partner –Axtell & Haller, LLC
“Becoming a Certified member has personally meant that the dedication to learning a craft has paid off. Within the firm I work for, it has provided the good fortune to educate partners and staff about cost segregation, and continued learning opportunities. ”
“Having the CCSP title, to me, means that I rank with the best in the field of cost segregation. ” Cathy A. Harris, CPA, CCSP – Director and President – Harbor Tax Group Inc.
“In my opinion, certifications do not prove that you have the experience required for the job. However, what a certification proves is the responsibility and commitment you take in what you do. Becoming a Certified member is a great way to say you are fully committed to your career and ASCSP.” Malik Javed CCSP – Principal – KBKG