Wednesday, August 10, 2005
Credit Where DueI've pissed and moaned about the Energy Bill since June, as you're probably well aware. Well, it's been signed by Bush, and so has become the law of the land. There are some small perks for consumers in the bill, and I think they should be bruited about loudly. From today's Dallas Morning News, a list of consumer tax credits available for energy-saving home and transportation measures:
--Home Improvement: Consumers can receive a 10 percent tax credit -- up to $500 -- for home improvements in 2006 and 2007. The measure covers products such as advanced thermostats, insulation, doors and windows. The credit for new windows is capped at $200.
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