Yes, you can. If you made energy efficient improvements to your home like energy-saving roofs, windows, skylights, and doors, you'll be able to claim the Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit for 10% of amounts paid for qualified energy efficiency improvements, up to a lifetime cap of $500 or fixed dollar amounts ranging from $50 to $300 for energy efficient property, including furnaces, boilers, biomass stoves, heat pumps, water heaters, central air conditioners, and circulating fans.
- For additional information, see the following TurboTax FAQ: Can I claim energy-efficient appliances or energy-saving home improvements?
These are entered in the Deductions & Credits section of TurboTax:
- Open your return, if you don't already have it open.
- In TurboTax, search for energy improvements. (Do not search for "energy credit," as this will take you to the wrong place in the program.)
- Click the "Jump to" link in the search results.
- At the bottom of the Energy-Saving Home Improvements screen, answer Yes and continue. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Tip: You can see which energy-saving home improvements qualify for a federal tax credit at the Energy Star website.
- Can I deduct home improvements on my tax return?
- Are home repairs or maintenance costs deductible?
- Why is my Home Energy Credit being carried forward to next year
[Edited 3-10-2020|9:28 am PST]
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