Claiming tax credits for making your home more energy-efficient makes for a pretty cool break. For this year’s taxes, Donna Fuscaldo via houselogic writes, if you’ve upgraded to some of these systems, you could be eligible for a tax credit on your return:
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Winter can be a lot of fun! Getting snowed in, sledding, building snow men, perfecting your chicken soup recipe. The list goes on.
But while you’re making the most of your time indoors and out, make sure you’re not spending a fortune staying warm on heating and air.
Staying cool doesn’t have to be expensive. We’re not talking about a hip hairstyle or the coolest threads – we mean literally cool.
Keeping your home comfortable in the summer may seem like an impossibility without the A/C, but houselogic.com has deciphered a few ways to do it while saving on energy.
If you’re buying a home or looking to make some energy efficient upgrades (which we’ve mentioned earlier this week as being one way to save big on your taxes) take extra consideration when investing in a water heater.
With taxes still on your mind, it’s never too early to consider how to lower your tax bill for next year. If you’ve got plans to renovate your home or even buy a home that you intend to make improvements to, you could have tax deductions or credits in your future!