GSA Will Not Enforce 19% Fee On Designers

A recent decision by the GSA to not enforce the 19% fee it imposed on Designers looking to upgrade some of the Government's 9,600 buildings and obtain the 179D Energy Policy Act Tax Benefit for Designers will now allow Designers to actively assist the government to upgrade the public buildings to become more energy efficient.

For further information on the GSA's decision or recent media concerning the Fee, please view the following links.

https://www.accountingtoday.com/news/GSA-Asked-Energy-Tax-Break-Kickback-62559-1.html

https://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2012/05/03/gsa-tax-troubles-too/?mod=google_news_blo

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