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Old 11-16-2014, 06:26 PM   #1
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Solar tax credit

Has anyone done this? I'm thinking again and that can be very bad. One can write off the interest in the HM/RV on income tax sooooooo I was wondering if one could take a tax solar credit on the new install. Solar panels batteries controler Say a smaller system $2000 at 30% tax credit(this come dirrect off your income tax bill) equal $600. Now that sure helps on an install, your $2000 install just became $1400 a lot EZer to swallow.

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Old 11-17-2014, 09:28 PM   #2
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We got the tax credit on our 2013 federal income taxes. Had to follow up with the IRS to get it though.
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I got a 30% credit for the 400 watt system on my RV. Didn't require any follow up with IRS, guess I filled out the forms correctly.
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I took the credit. No problems, just did the paperwork.
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