This guide is the best and only resource I know about that gives you everything you need to know for green tax incentives.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 23, 2009
Green tax incentives are finally helping to convert green plans into reality. There is extensive current and pending tax legislation at the federal and state level to encourage energy efficiency and renewable technologies. The Green Tax Guide (http://www.GreenTaxGuide.net) is a useful "how to" manual for for business owners and consumers to identify green initiatives that contribute directly to the bottom line through tax savings.
The team at the Green Research Council has published this comprehensive, easy-to-use manual, packed with useful information to help you navigate the complexity of the emerging green tax code. Whether you are a building owner, real estate developer, consultant, architect, engineer, home owner, or simply an eco-enthusiast, the Green Tax Guide will help you to uncover green and energy efficiency tax incentives.
The Green Tax Guide provides a useful summary of all available commercial and residential tax incentives at the state and federal levels, including: Business Energy Investment Tax Credits; energy efficiency commercial buildings tax deductions; consumer tax credits for HVAC, insulation, water heaters, alternative vehicles, and much more. This useful report also covers the Stimulus Bill impact on green tax incentives.
This useful resource is available for easy downloading at http://www.GreenTaxGuide.net
"This guide is the best and only resource I know about that gives you everything you need to know for green tax incentives." Cindy Marshall, Energy Professional, New York City
About The Green Research Council:
The Green Research Council is a research and advocacy group with a mission to provide empowering information and to be at the cutting edge of green technology, environmental sustainability and energy conservation issues. Its team includes LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited professionals, with advanced degrees, extensive professional experience and a deep knowledge base in green buildings, energy efficiency, sustainability, and state as well as federal government policy.
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