Many people are unaware that there are potential benefits for utilizing energy efficient components when constructing or remodeling a building. For buildings 50,000 square feet or more, the Section 179D energy efficiency deduction may apply. The deduction is available for building owners, as well as general contractors, electrical contractors, HVAC contractors, suppliers, architects and engineers who have significant involvement in the design or construction of governmental buildings.
Similarly, the 45L deduction is an energy efficient home credit. Eligible contractors may qualify for this tax credit for the construction of energy efficient homes if someone then acquires it and lives there during the taxable year. Join us for a session discussing 179D and 45L and outlining their potential money-saving benefits.
Joe Sawatske, LEED, Cost Segregation Manager
Joe has more than eight years of experience providing cost segregation services to a variety of industries, including manufacturing, multi-family housing and hospitality. He has extensive experience in various tax credits, such as 179D and 45L, and assists clients in obtaining and benefiting from these credits.
CPE: 1 hour
These are live-group seminars. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. For information regarding refund, complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact Jason McKeever at 701.476.8773.