Are You Cashing in on Your Available Tax Credits?

Qualifying solar panels and water heaters are the last remaining federal tax credits available for homeowners. These credits were part of the Recovery Act of 2009, aimed at energy savings and job creation. Originally set to expire at the end of 2016, along with other credits geothermal heat pumps … [Read more...]

Tax Credits to Take Advantage of Before Year-End

With 2016 nearly at an end, it’s time to take advantage of any tax credits you might have missed out on throughout the year. These credits can not only put extra money in your wallet, but they can also help protect the environment. Here’s a brief list of federal tax credits you may be eligible … [Read more...]

Considering a Geothermal Heat Pump? You Can Get a Tax Credit!

Besides their exceptional comfort, energy efficiency and durability, opting for a geothermal heat pump (GHP) as part of your HVAC system can net you a generous federal tax credit if you install it before the end of 2016. This program makes installing a GHP more affordable, which makes it possible … [Read more...]

The Restored Energy Tax Credits Will Soon Be Retired–Take Advantage While You Can

The majority of energy tax credits offered through the federal government are set to expire at the end of 2013. Homeowners who are interested in purchasing a new energy-efficient cooling or heating system, and other various energy-using appliances, can still take advantage of the credit if the … [Read more...]

Energy Tax Credits: They’re Back For 2013!

If you’ve only heard about negative outcomes of the federal "fiscal cliff" agreement, you may be pleased to learn that reinstatement of lapsed energy tax credits are part of the agreement. With access to the energy tax credits, homeowners can now more affordably upgrade their HVAC equipment, earning … [Read more...]

With Those Sizable Energy Tax Credits About To Expire, Can You Afford To Put Off Your High-Efficiency Upgrades Much Longer?

It won't fit in a stocking, and you can't even wrap it, but this is one gift you will continue to be thankful for, through the spring of 2012 when you file your U.S. federal income taxes.This gift is courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy in the form of 2011 tax credits to homeowners who make … [Read more...]