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Hello, I'm Jeremy from TurboTax with important news for taxpayers who are interested in making energy efficient home renovations. Typical home renovations can be very expensive, especially when you can't deduct their cost. However, two tax credits are available if you make certain energy efficient and environmentally friendly improvements. The 2010 Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit allows you to reduce your tax bill by up to 1,500 dollars, or 30 percent of your renovation costs. This includes the price you paid in 2010 to purchase new exterior doors, windows and skylights for your main home, that reduce energy consumption. This credit is reduced to ten percent of your renovation costs for 2011 purchases.When you go to the store to purchase energy efficient items, make sure they have the Energy Star label. Otherwise, they will not qualify for the credit. If you install electric heat pumps, water heaters and boilers, or even a stove that runs on biomass fuel. You can also qualify for the credit. But for these items, you can include the cost of installation, in addition to the purchase price. The Federal Government is focused on generating cleaner energy using solar power. This why it also offers what can be a very substantial Residential Energy Efficient Property Credit. For purchasing and installing solar panels and other solar powered equipment in your main home. There is no maximum credit you can claim, so the sky is the limit. Remember though, you must file Form 5695 to claim either of the credits. TurboTax can help you determine whether you qualify for these credits. And will fill in all the right forms for you. For more tax tips and guidance, visit TurboTax.com.
Hola, soy Jeremy de TurboTax con noticias importantes para los contribuyentes que están interesados en hacer renovaciones de eficiencia energética a su casa. Las típicas renovaciones caseras pueden ser muy caras, especialmente cuando no se puede hacer una deducción de su costo. Sin embargo, dos créditos tributarios están disponibles si haces ciertas mejoras de eficiencias energéticas y mejoras ecológicas. El Crédito de Energía en la Propiedad Residencial de 2010 permite reducir tu adeudo de impuestos por hasta US$ 1.500 o el 30% de tus costos de renovación. Esto incluye el precio que pagaste en 2010 para adquirir nuevas puertas exteriores, ventanas y tragaluces para tu vivienda principal, que reducen el consumo de energía. Este crédito se reduce al 10% de tus costos de compras de renovación del año 2011. Cuando vas a la tienda a comprar artículos de eficiencia energética, asegúrate de que tengan la etiqueta Energy Star, de lo contrario, no reunirán las condiciones para el crédito. Si instalas bombas de calor eléctricas, calentadores de agua y calderas, o incluso una estufa que funciona con combustible de biomasa, también podrás reunir las condiciones para el crédito. Pero, para estos elementos, puedes incluir el costo de instalación, además del precio de compra. El Gobierno Federal se centra en la generación de energía más limpia utilizando la energía solar. Es por esto que también ofrece lo que puede ser un muy sustancial crédito a los impuestos de la propiedad eficiente energéticamente. Para la compra y la instalación de paneles solares y otros equipos de energía solar en tu vivienda principal no hay crédito máximo que se pueda reclamar, por lo que el cielo es el límite. Sin embargo, recuerda que tienes que presentar el Formulario 5695 para reclamar cualquiera de los créditos. TurboTax puede ayudarte a determinar si reúnes las condiciones para estos créditos y llenará todos los formularios adecuados para ti. Para obtener más consejos y orientación sobre impuestos, visita TurboTax.com.