Your home improvements could now come with a larger tax credit.
By: Collin Miller
Harvest Point Wealth Management
Great news for homeowners! If you're planning to make energy-efficient improvements to your home, you may be eligible for a tax credit of up to $3,200. More details below.
- No lifetime dollar limit for this credit. You can claim the maximum annual credit each year for eligible improvements until 2033.
- Applies to qualified improvements made after January 1, 2023
- Starting January 1, 2023, the credit amounts to 30% of certain qualified expenses, including: qualified energy efficiency improvements installed during the year, residential energy property expenses, and home energy audits.
Each year, you can claim the following maximum credit amounts:
- $1,200 for energy property costs and certain energy-efficient home improvements, subject to limits on doors ($250 per door, $500 total), windows ($600), and home energy audits ($150).
- $2,000 per year for qualified heat pumps, biomass stoves, or biomass boilers.
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