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The Energy Policy Act of 2005 created the Energy-Efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction (Section 179D). It is intended to reduce the initial cost of investing in energy-efficient building systems via an accelerated tax deduction. Today, most building code requirements call for much higher energy-efficiency standards, so there is a good chance that your new construction projects will qualify.
The Tax Incentives Group at Doeren Mayhew can help you uncover energy-efficient tax deductions you’re currently missing out on. To learn more about the Section 179D tax deduction, contact our tax advisors.
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