Energy Savings with Federal Tax Credits

Now that winter is near, it’s a great time to consider improving the energy efficiency of your house. Fortunately the federal government offers tax credits for many improvements from insulation to geothermal heating. Many of these projects have a high initial cost but will result in future savings, offering a great return on investment in the long run.

These tax credits offer added incentive to save energy. Find a list of tax credit at the government’s energy star site: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=tax_credits.tx_index

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  1. One thing is one of the most common incentives for using your credit card is a cash-back or maybe rebate provision. Generally, you’ll get 1-5% back for various expenses. Depending on the card, you may get 1% back again on most acquisitions, and 5% back on expenditures made on convenience stores, filling stations, grocery stores along with ‘member merchants’.

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