RE: 2018 TAXES Are there any tax credits/residential energy credits/residential energy efficient property credits/non-business energy property credits available for tax year 2018 for which a new central air conditioner or furnace would be eligible? If so, where can I find the list of units that would qualify and the amount of the tax credit? If not available or known at this point, does anyone have an educated guess that would help one choose a new residential A/C and Furnace unit that might qualify? Thanks.
The Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit expired after tax year 2017. This credit was for certain high-efficiency heating and air conditioning systems, water heaters and stoves that burn biomass, energy-efficient windows and skylights, energy-efficient doors, qualifying insulation and certain roofs.
As of this date the Congress has not renewed the Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit for tax year 2018.
The Residential Energy Efficient Property Credit is in effect for 2018 to the end of 2021 -
Qualified solar electric property, Qualified solar water heating property, Qualified small wind energy property, Qualified geothermal heat pump property and Qualified fuel cell property costs.
If I rent a couple of the rooms in my house out to tenants but live in the house as my primary residence, am I eligible for the 2019 30% credit on a PV system install?