How to Collect Energy Tax Credits
Federal tax credits are available for homeowners who purchase energy-efficient equipment, appliances, and make improvements to their homes. What's covered, what's not, how to collect the energy tax credits, and the amount of the credit can be confusing. Read the linked article available for information on the specifics of how to collect the energy tax credits.
Washington is giving you less green for going green, as the feds reel back the 2011 energy tax credits from a lavish $1,500 to a paltry $500. Read
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