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Federal Tax Credits with Energy Star Rated Windows

January 3, 2014by Mark Hoover UPDATE-UPDATE- Great news since my writing of this original blog. There are (as of right now, don’t know how long this will be available) local and Federal tax credits or rebates for 2014 at least for Washington, Idaho and Oregon…Please check this link. What are Energy Star Rated standards for windows? Having a U-factor of 0. 30 or less, the lower the number the more energy efficient the glass is. With our company this is the standard unless a customer specifies differently. It’s important that you verify with your contractor that you are ordering windows from, that they all meet the minimum Energy Star Standards Requirements.

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What does UTB stand for?

UTB stands for Unrecognized Tax Benefit This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc. Business, finance, etc. See other definitions of UTB Other Resources: We have 28 other meanings of UTB in our Acronym AtticSamples in periodicals archive:The Company recognized net tax benefits of $226,000 and $305,000 during the third quarter and first nine months of 2013, which included the impact of a reduction in unrecognized tax benefits of $85,000 and $53,000 for those periods.

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Tax Credits for Qualified Energy Efficient Improvements (2015 - 2016)*

You may be entitled to a tax credit of up to $500*** if you installed energy-efficient windows, skylights, doors or other qualifying items in 2015 and 2016**. Federal tax credits for certain energy-efficient improvements to existing homes have been extended through December 31, 2016. If you purchase and install a qualifying product in 2015 or 2016, then you may qualify for this tax credit. How to Qualify for the Tax Credit:** Purchase and install qualifying Renewal by Andersen® windows or Andersen® patio doors that meet ENERGY STAR® Windows Program version 5.

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Investment Tax Credit – Section 48

The Investment Tax Credit (ITC) Section 48 allows project owners or investors to be eligible for Federal business energy investment tax credits for installing designated renewable energy generation equipment placed in service during the period 2006 through 2024. We understand the opportunities and complexities that arise with tax credits and incentives. Our comprehensive renewable energy industry knowledge has helped numerous renewable energy developers and investors optimize tax credit incentives available for qualified projects. Thorough assessments on qualifying projects allows for in-depth guidance on ITC opportunities.

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Charitable Deduction Rules for Maximizing Your Tax Return

Photo: wikipedia user spiegelb The IRS allows you to take a charitable deduction on your tax return for qualified donations of cash or property if you itemize your deductions, but the rules can be confusing. For example, how much are you allowed to deduct for donations of items such as clothes? And, what kind of documentation will you need if the IRS decides to take a closer look? Here are the answers to these and other questions you may have about charitable deduction rules. What kind of donations qualify as "charitable"? A donation of either cash or property can qualify as a charitable deduction if it is given to a qualifying organization.

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Employers Guide to Benefit-in-kind - Private Use of Company Cars

Where an employers supplies an employee with a company car which may be used for private use, the employee is chargeable to PAYE PRSI and USC in respect of that use. Travel to and from work is private use. The notional pay to which PAYE PRSI and USC must be applied is determined by reference to the "cash equivalent" of the private use of the company car. The cash equivalent is determined by applying a percentage based on business kilometres to the "Original Market Value" (OMV) of the vehicle supplied (whether the vehicle is owned acquired new or second-hand or leased by the employer).

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When Married Filing Separately Will Save You Taxes

OVERVIEW If you're married, there are circumstances where filing separately can save you money on your income taxes. The Internal Revenue Service considers wedded taxpayers married if they are legally married under state law, live together in a state-recognized common-law marriage, or are separated but have no separation maintenance or final divorce decree as of the end of the tax year. Of the 56 million tax returns married couples filed in 2009, the latest year for which the IRS has published statistics (at the time of writing), 4. 3 percent belonged to twosomes who filed separately.

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Help for Child Tax Credit Available on IRS.gov

Update Nov. 3, 2014 — Please note that 1040 Central has been replaced by the Filingpage.    IR-2004-15, Jan. 29, 2004 WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers claiming the Child Tax Credit that they cannot claim the full $1,000 per child if they received an advance payment check last year. When figuring the credit, they must subtract the amount they got in advance. Failure to do so will reduce and could delay the tax refund claimed. Taxpayers can get the amount of their advance Child Tax Credit payment by visiting IRS.

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How to Pay Income Tax that is due?

Income tax payment is made for - Advance Tax Self Assessment Tax Outstanding tax demand payment If you have annual tax dues of more than Rs 10,000, you must pay income tax in advance. Usually, for the salaried, these income tax payments are taken care of via TDS deductions by employer. Situations when you have to pay advance tax: You are salaried but have high income from interest or capital gains or rental income You are a freelancer You are running a business How to calculate and pay advance tax: Estimate your Total Income: Add income from all sources.

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Tax Forms

2016 T2202A and T4A* tax forms are now available. Go to Tax Form Module (TFM). If you need to reset your Passport York password, pleaseclick here. All current and former York University students can print their completed T2202A and T4A tax forms from our Tax Form Module (TFM). A brief description of each of these forms is given below. If you have trouble accessing your tax form online, please contact Registrarial Services for assistance. T2202A (Tuition, Education, and Textbook Amounts Certificate) This government-approved form shows how much tuition you paid for the prior calendar year and your Education Credits for the period.

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