Homeowners may qualify for a federal tax credit for installing energy-efficient home improvements.  These improvements may cost more up front, but they will pay you back in lower energy bills over time in addition to qualifying you for an energy-efficient tax credit.  You can receive up to $500 in total tax credits for qualified home improvements since 2006.  Plus, certain alternative energy improvements qualify for larger tax credits – up to 30% of the cost of buying and installing the equipment.  These savings may be right under your nose.  Think of what you could buy with the money you save.

Energize Your Tax Return

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