New Energy Tax Credit Could Stimulate Green Renovation Jobs

By Robert Robillard

Image: http://www.iandrinstitute.org/ By Nation’s Building News Beefed-up tax credits for energy-efficient home improvements in the new stimulus package are expected to help increase demand for green renovation projects this year and next. The IRS Section 25C tax credit for existing homes, which had expired at the end of 2007, was reinstated as part of the…

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Extreme Makeover Maynard Massachusetts

By Robert Robillard

Extreme Makeover in Maynard Massachusetts I recently bought an external hard drive to back up my files and pictures. While going through all my picture disks I came across these pictures of my friends and my Home Makeover experience. The home on Elm Court in Maynard was featured on ABC’s “Extreme Makeover,” The show was…

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Senate Adds $15,000 Home Buyer Tax Credit to Stimulus

By Robert Robillard

Image:tradetosuccess.com The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted unanimously to approve a home buyer tax credit of $15,000 or up to 10 percent of the purchase price in its version of the stimulus bill. This proposed credit would be available to all home buyers and would not have to be repaid as long as a buyer…

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Federal Tax Benefits for Energy Efficiency Renovations abailable for 2009

By Robert Robillard

Image: mediabistro.com New Tax Credits NOW AN OPTION for 2009 Renovations Several people have been asking me about the renovation tax credit so I decided to re-post this again. On October 3, 2008, President Bush signed into law the “Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008.” This bill extended tax credits for energy efficient home improvements…

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