If you upgraded any of your appliances in 2011 you want to be sure to tax advantage of the tax credit when you file your 2011 taxes.
Maybe you're working on getting your tax data together for filing next month or perhaps an extension is in order for you this year. Either way when getting your receipts together it can be easy to forget about some of the newer tax advantages, especially the newer green tax write-offs. I ran across this article on Earth911.com written by Alexis Petru which sums up the write-offs very well.
A Forbes magazine contributor, Jennifer Kho, has written a thought-provoking article on the value to banks who underwrite energy-efficient mortgages (EEMs) which include the cost of upgrades. Read the article and add your comments below. From Jennifer Kho, Forbes contributor: Energy-efficiency improvements, such as installing new boilers or roof insulation, can save building owners big … Continue reading How Banks Can Make Money On Energy Efficient Mortgages