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Video: The 2010 Energy Tax Credit
Note: The content of this video applies only to taxes prepared for 2010. It is included here for reference only. With the Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit you can take a credit for 30% of what you paid for your insulation, up to $1,500—as long as the improvement makes your home more energy-efficient. Read more…

10 Energy-Related Home Improvements You Can Make Today
Note: The content of this article applies only to taxes prepared for 2010. It is included here for reference only. Homeowners have a variety of financial incentives to "go green." There are improvements, small and large, that can make your home more energy-efficient while also saving you money and taxes. Read more…

Federal Tax Credit for Residential Solar Energy
The federal solar tax credit for solar energy upgrades to your home may not be around for much longer. Here's how to claim this credit. Read more…

Video: What Are Energy Tax Credits?
If you purchased an electric car or made eco-friendly improvements to your home this year, you may be eligible to reduce the amount of tax you owe by claiming one of the energy tax credits. Read more…

What Is the IRS Form 5695?
You must complete IRS Form 5695 if you qualify to claim the non-business energy property credit or the residential energy-efficient property credit. Read more…

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