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Video Tips: Take Advantage of Tax Credits for Energy-Efficient Home Improvements

The IRS issued Notice 2023-59 regarding the requirements for home energy audits for taxpayers who want to include the audit cost when claiming the energy-efficient home improvement credit. The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 created several clean energy credits. Each of these credits has requirements for the type of clean energy property or service purchased and how they are claimed. This includes a non-refundable energy-efficient home improvement credit for the purchase and installation of certain energy-efficient improvements in a taxpayer’s principal residence.

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