Nonbusiness Energy Property Tax Credit

The Nonbusiness energy property tax credit, in the United States, provided a nonrefundable personal tax credit for Federal income tax purposes, for making a home more energy efficient. This credit was added to the Internal Revenue Code by the Energy Policy Act of 2005. The nonbusiness energy property credit expired on December 31, 2017. Part II has been reserved. To find out if legislation extended the credit so you can claim it on your 2018 return, go to IRS.gov/Extenders.


The Nonbusiness energy property tax credit, in the United States, provided a nonrefundable personal tax credit for Federal income tax purposes, for making a home more energy efficient. This credit was added to the Internal Revenue Code by the Energy Policy Act of 2005. The nonbusiness energy property credit expired on December 31, 2017. Part II has been reserved. To find out if legislation extended the credit so you can claim it on your 2018 return, go to IRS.gov/Extenders.
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