Does your business invest in an energy-efficient building system? If so, you could benefit from a valuable tax deduction.
The 179D tax deduction, created by The Energy Policy Act of 2005, is intended to reduce the initial cost of investing in energy-efficient building systems. Today, most building code requirements call for much higher energy efficiency standards, so there is a good chance new construction projects will qualify.
To qualify for the 179D deduction, the architect, engineer, contractor or designer, all of whom can go back three years to receive the benefit, must get a letter allocating the tax benefit from the government agency that owns the building. Additionally, all 179D projects require an independent certification, which includes modeling and a site visit by a licensed engineer.
Qualifying businesses can receive up to $1.80 per square foot in deductions for eligible projects placed into service any time from 2006 to 2016. This includes energy improvements covering lighting, HVAC and building envelope projects.
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