Going Green May Save You Money on Both Your Energy Bill and Your Tax Return

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The IRS recently released Publication 4845, Key Points about Residential Energy Credits, which explains the rules regarding the nonbusiness energy property credit and the residential energy-efficient property credit.  With 2011 individual tax return filing deadlines coming up in April, the publication provides a helpful reminder that an individual taxpayer may receive a tax credit for investing in energy efficient products. Read more

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