The Future of 179D and 45L Energy Tax Incentives

The Future of 179D and 45L Energy Tax Incentives Regarding requests for updates on the status of 179D and 45L extensions, unfortunately the answer is still nothing yet! But here

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How 179D EPAct Benefits Both Public Entities and Designers

Why EPAct Benefits Public Entities Several Architectural firms have discussed EPAct with their School and City clients.  When a Public Entity agrees to sign the EPAct gifting letter, the Architect

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Architects & Engineers Win More Bids & Increase Customer Satisfaction With These Tax Tips

Tax Incentives for the Design & Build Industry As an architect or engineer, there are a number tax incentives available to better your bottom line as well as help your

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“If you want an easy life, don’t be an architect” – Zaha Hadid Having previously worked in the architectural field myself, one of my main goals has been to help

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If you have installed energy-efficient systems you may be eligible for 179D EPAct

If you have installed energy-efficient lighting systems since 2006, you may be eligible for significant tax benefits Did you know DESIGNERS are eligible for a Federal tax benefit of up to $1.80

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How Architects & Engineers Can Benefit From Specialty Tax Incentives

As an architect or engineer, both you and your clients may be entitled to substantial federal tax incentives. As a result, we are seeing an increasing amount of Architects and Engineers partnering

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Energy Tax Benefits for HVAC & Lighting Contractors

179D EPAct for Lighting & HVAC Contractors Engineered Tax Services offers 179D EPAct as a way to increase cash flow to contractors and potentially reduce costs to their customers for

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This newly constructed hotel building in North Carolina reduced their total annual energy and power costs with respect to the interior lighting, HVAC, and building envelope. ETS performed an engineered-based analysis to

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The IRS recently released proposed regulations to qualify internal-use software for purposes of the research tax credit. The regulations are intended to allow additional software to qualify for the credit.

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On Friday, January 16, 2015, the Department of Treasury released proposed regulations for the R&D Tax Credit regarding the inclusion of computer software developed primarily for internal use. The proposed regulations define internal

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