Utility Tax Credits
Utility tax credits refer to credits that individuals or businesses may be eligible to receive on their tax returns for certain types of utility expenses. These credits are intended to help offset the cost of energy-efficient improvements or the use of renewable energy sources, and they may be available at the federal, state, or local level.
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What types of utilities are eligible for utility tax credits?

Utility tax credits may be available for a variety of utilities, including electricity, natural gas, water, and propane. The specific types of utilities that are eligible for credits may vary depending on the jurisdiction and the eligibility criteria.

Are there income limits for utility tax credits?

Some utility tax credits may have income limits, which means that only individuals or businesses with income below a certain threshold are eligible to receive the credit. The specific income limits may vary depending on the credit being offered and the jurisdiction.

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