Helping Businesses Use Less Energy
As a business owner, the struggle to save money in every way possible, without sacrificing quality for your products is a constant concern. This includes everything, from the way you do inventory, market your products and handle day-to-day concerns, to how you allot money to your various departments. When you are putting together your tax forms for tax season, there may be an energy tax credit that you have overlooked. The Energy Policy Act was enacted in 2005 and includes a section on providing tax incentives to buildings that reduce their energy consumption in an attempt to subsidize and stimulate energy efficiency measures.
The process is relatively simple and straightforward. After a feasibility investigation is initially conducted to determine projects eligibility and approximate value of the deduction, the project is modeled using energy analysis software. From there, an energy model is constructed from design drawings and/or field data collected. A mandatory site visit verifies the building equipment, and then you are provided with a certification letter!
Energy Efficient Tax Deduction
This tax season, get the most out of your tax return, and don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Go to our website to learn more and get started on your 179d energy efficient tax deduction!