Energy Property Credits and the I.R.S.

Discussion in 'Legislation' started by drimportracing, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. drimportracing

    drimportracing Pizza driver: 61,000+ deliveries

  2. PaleMelanesian

    PaleMelanesian Beat the System Staff Member

    I doubled my attic insulation this summer. (from R-15 to R-30) I'm looking forward to the benefits this winter.
  3. fuzzy

    fuzzy Mild hypermiler

    One of the home show goons tried to convince me that the $1500 credit limit (for a portion of the list) is separate for 2009 and 2010. It is really a combined limit for the two years.
  4. jimepting

    jimepting Well-Known Member

    Good info Dale. I'm going to try to max out my $1500. Though it is costing the taxpayers lots of money, this is a program that should register tangible benefits in our national energy reduction.

    I worry about the level of government spending and I try to influence my reps to keep a lid on, but if these programs are going to exist anyway, one is foolish not to take advantage.
  5. worthywads

    worthywads Don't Feel Like Satan, I am to AAA

    I'm always for government not spending or taxing and expect everyone that can take a tax credit or break to do so. I just wonder why those that don't agree with tax cuts don't just pay more if they want so badly to, but they don't. ;)

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