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Wednesday, December 7, 2016
These 13 Home Energy Tax Credits Expire in 2016 | Department of Energy
At the end of 2016, the clock runs out on several federal tax credits for homeowners who made energy upgrades during the year. A tax credit reduces the amount of tax owed, so it's different from a tax deduction, rebate, or refund.
Use Energy Saver's reference list below to see if you are eligible for qualifying credits when filing IRS Tax Form 5695 with your taxes. Bonus points for having your receipts and manufacturer's certification statement on hand!