- What tax credits are available?
- Are vacation or second homes eligible for the tax credit?
- Can I do the install myself for the tax credit?
- Can I get the tax credit for a rental property?
- Can I include sales tax when determining the total cost for the tax credit?
- Can I still get a tax credit for a home improvement installed 2 years ago that I failed to apply for?
- Can I use the 1040EZ or 1040A form and get the tax credit for energy efficiency? Do I have to itemize?
- Does the tax credit double for married people filing a joint tax return?
- I own a duplex. I live in half, and rent the other half. Can I get the tax credit?
- Is the tax credit non-refundable?
- Is there a tax credit for solar panels?
- Is there a tax credit for solar water heaters?
- What does "placed in service" mean?
- What is a "principal residence?"
- What is a Manufacturer's Certification Statement? Where can I find it?
- What is the history of the tax credits?
- What's the difference between a tax credit and a tax deduction?
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