Six Energy-Efficient Upgrades that Qualify for 2012/2013 Tax Credits
Here are six of the most common energy-efficient upgrades that you may have already made, or plan to make this year, that are eligible for a federal tax credit.
Many Homeowners Planning Springtime Projects
The spring is expected to be a busy season for home improvement projects and renovations. In addition to being a traditionally busy time of year for any type of home remodels, a recent survey conducted by Better Homes and Gardens revealed that many homeowners are ready to spend their hard-earned money on at-home projects.
Builder Confidence Slips in March
From 2012 and continuing on into 2013, the remodeling industry has shown much improvement. Unfortunately, every year has its downs and this month shows a decrease in builder confidence, but that does not mean we won’t see more positive progress through the year.
Taking Advantage Of The Federal Energy Tax Credit
The American Taxpayer Relief Act, which was signed into law on January 1, 2013, provides federal tax credits for homeowners who made energy efficient upgrades to their homes in 2012 or are planning to do so during the upcoming year.