Category: 179D Energy Tax Deduction
Architects are eligible for a federal tax benefit of up to $1.80 per square foot for the design of energy-efficient public buildings. The three-year look back window for architects to claim the 179D tax deduction
New York Enacts Legislation Authorizing Real Property Exemptions for Green Buildings. On July 18, 2012, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed Senate Bill 1462 into law authorizing a municipal corporation to provide a real property
Obama’s Better Buildings Initiative – Will 179D Deduction Become a Tax Credit for Energy Efficient Buildings?
On February 4, 2011, In 179D Deduction, Energy Efficient Tax Deductions, Energy Policy Act of 2005, Tax Benefits for Business and Property Owners, Tax Deductions for Architects By John Cummings. President Obama’s State of the
Are you relying on your lighting installer for your tax advice? If so you might be placing yourself in danger!
Lighting accounts for over 70% of all retrofits and remodels, and the utility and other rebates can be substantial, especially when combined with the benefits of EPAct and the energy savings. The decision to relight or remodel
Bi-Level Switching and the Energy Efficient Tax Deduction Under Section 179D: Get Your Low Hanging Fruit
Are you missing the low-hanging fruit? One-third of the tax deduction under 179D is available for lighting and is potentially the easiest to obtain. But making mistakes in how you light (or re-light) your building