Greg DeVino
Greg DeVino
Partner, Tax Services, RSM US LLP
 
Greg is the lead tax partner in the Jacksonville, Florida office. He is responsible for all tax client relationships and oversight of deliverables to ensure that the highest quality is maintained on every engagement. Greg utilizes his expertise to provide high level tax provision, tax compliance and consulting services to RSM’s North and Central Florida clients.
In addition to his Jacksonville role, Greg serves as the Southeast Region Leader for the Credits, Incentives and Methods (CIM) group, which focuses on adding value by introducing effective tax planning ideas and increased tax savings to our clients.
Prior to joining RSM, Greg served as a senior tax manager with a large local CPA firm for almost two years. In addition, Greg previously spent over ten years with a Big Four accounting firm in their Jacksonville tax practice.
Greg is a certified public accountant in Florida and Georgia and is a member of the AICPA and the FICPA. He serves on the University of North Florida Accounting Advisory Council and with the Vestry at St. Mark’s Church.
Greg has undergraduate and graduate degrees from University of North Florida.

A Cost Segregation Study Can Save Thousands on Your Next Facility Renovation or Construction Project

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A Cost Segregation Study Can Save Thousands on Your Next Facility Renovation or Construction Project

Renovating an older food manufacturing facility, or building a new one altogether, is a complex process with a lot of moving parts. You need to vet firms and contractors, navigate design decisions, select materials, choose equipment, consider the possibility of future expansion…the list goes on and on.

Like with any investment, there are always ways to cut costs based on what options you select for your facility — but what if you could reap savings off the top, regardless of what materials and equipment you choose? With a cost segregation study, you can.