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Tax Credit Consulting: Energy Star Tax Credit Denver CO

It must be noted that not all Energy Star Homes are eligible for a tax credit. The Energy Star Tax Credit actually refers to a number of credits resulting from the Energy Policy Act of 2005. Read more.

Eric Jay Triplett
(303) 607-3612
1700 LINCOLN ST
DENVER, CO
Specialties
Energy, Environmental, Federal Regulation
Education
University of Texas School of Law,Purdue University,University of Missouri, Rolla
State Licensing
Colorado

John K Akers Jr
(303) 825-1125
1580 LINCOLN ST LINCOLN COURT BLDG
DENVER, CO
Specialties
Energy, Estate Planning
State Licensing
Colorado

Ezekiel James Williams
(303) 607-3665
1700 LINCOLN ST
DENVER, CO
Specialties
Business, Oil & Gas, Energy, Environmental
Education
University of Denver College of Law,Montana State University, Bozeman
State Licensing
Colorado

Rachael Brooke Gamble
(303) 292-9021
1801 BROADWAY STE 1600
DENVER, CO
 
Richard Lee Fanyo
(303) 861-8013
1700 BROADWAY STE 2100
DENVER, CO
Specialties
Energy, Litigation, Telecommunications, Transportation, Environmental
Education
DePaul University,Indiana University School of Law
State Licensing
Colorado

Christopher L Colclasure
(303) 866-0398
1700 Lincoln Street, Ste 4100
Denver, CO
Specialties
Energy, Litigation, Appeals
State Licensing
Colorado

Eric J Voogt
(303) 861-5300
1660 LINCOLN ST STE 1700
DENVER, CO
Specialties
Litigation, Environmental, Construction, Insurance, Energy
Education
University of Kansas School of Law,Kansas State University
State Licensing
Colorado

Dominick Sekich
(303) 292-2900
16 Market Square, 6th Floor, 1400 16th Street
Denver, CO
Specialties
Real Estate, Energy, Contracts
State Licensing
Colorado

Timothy Wayne Dowdy
(303) 294-2567
1225 17th Street, Suite 900
Denver, CO
 
Julia Ashley Jones
(303) 407-4499
216 16TH ST STE 1100
DENVER, CO
Specialties
Environmental, Energy
Education
Earlham College,Purdue University,Indiana University,Indiana University School of Law
State Licensing
Colorado, Maryland

Tax Credit Consulting: Energy Star Tax Credit

Energy Star Tax Credit

It must be noted that not all Energy Star Homes are eligible for a tax credit. The Energy Star Tax Credit actually refers to a number of credits resulting from the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

Energy Star Tax Credit

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 established several tax credits for environmentally sound products. Energy Star is a joint program of the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the United States Department of Energy. Basically, the Energy Star Program is a rated service that determines the energy efficiency and environmental soundness of various products used in a home or business. Items that meet the Energy Star criteria are clearly labeled and rated for the benefit of consumers.

The Energy Policy Act that established a credit of up to $500 a year is closely related to the Energy Star Program in that many Energy Star products would qualify for the credit. The credit is for products used in home improvement and covers such items as energy efficient windows and improved insulation. The use of Energy Star labeled appliances would usually qualify under this credit. This has led to the use of the term Energy Star Tax Credit.

The Energy Policy Act goes beyond just this homeowner improvement credit. It also covers such diverse items as hybrid automobiles and solar heating systems. The best place to find information on the tax credits available would be the IRS information on the benefits of the Energy Policy Act rather than under the Energy Star information. The tax credits are currently available for the tax years of 2006 and 2007.

The whole idea of tax credits for environmentally sound and energy efficient products is an example of the use of the tax codes to encourage activities that are good for the society as a whole. In this case, they are encouraging activities that are good for the tax payer on a more personal basis. Most Energy Star products will produce a great savings in the cost of energy for the ind...

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