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Last Call for $1,500 home efficiency tax credits.

December 11, 2010

The final two weeks:  The $1,500 federal energy efficiency tax credits expire on December 31st 2010.  Need a new furnace?   Insulation?  This credit is likely to disappear, and to be eligible, qualifying equipent has to be installed by December 31, 2010.  The tax credits offer up to 30%/$1,500 back on qualifying measures.   That can be 1/3 off the price of a hgih-efficiency furnace with an efficient motor to save you not just gas, but electricity.   You’re not likely to find a better time to get a new furnace in particular, so now is the time to act to avoid missing this opportunity.

Thanks,
Mike

$1,500 Home Energy Tax Credit Summary and FAQ

June 16, 2009

tax credit imageWe continue to get a lot of questions about the federal home energy-efficiency tax credits.  GreenHomes has collected the most common questions and a summary of eligible measures and criteria in an FAQ page on our website.  Hope this helps.  Of course, feel free to contact us for more info.

Thanks,
Mike

$1,500 Federal Tax Credit Clarification

May 5, 2009

The guidance on the home energy improvement tax credit is out.  Short version–for insulation and windows, the credit applies to 30% of the materials only.  For heating, cooling, and solar installations, it’s 30% of the total installed costSee my previous post on the tax credit for links to more detailed information.

[Addendum, June 20, 2009:  GreenHomes has collected the most common questions and a summary of eligible measures and criteria in an FAQ page on our website.]

Thanks,
Mike


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