Treasury/IRS Guidances for Energy Credits
Tax years 2006 & 2007
Recent tax law changes improve the tax credit aimed at helping homeowners increase their home's energy efficiency. The law provides a 10 percent credit for qualified energy efficiency improvements installed in the taxpayer's main home in the United States.
You may be able to take this credit for any of the following improvements:
>Any insulation material or system primarily designed to reduce heat gain or loss in your home.
>Exterior windows (including skylights).
>A metal roof with pigmented coatings primarily designed to reduce heat gain in your home.
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