Have you heard of the federal tax deduction for energy efficient buildings, but thought that you couldn’t take advantage of it? You’re not alone.
While Congress has made the 179D deduction available to the designers of government-owned buildings, many architecture firms are unaware of this powerful tax incentive or self-censor and don’t believe that they could qualify.
Last month, the AIA and alliantgroup sponsored a webinar to introduce you to the 179D deduction. Now we are taking a deeper dive into this powerful incentive and guide AIA members in obtaining this valuable tax incentive for performing energy-efficient design work on new or renovated government buildings (such as schools, hospitals, municipal buildings).
Don’t miss this must attend webinar for firm owners and principals to gain insights on the common misconceptions of the 179D deduction, including allocation letter issues, qualification fallacies, time constraints, and more. Stay current on deduction requirements to ensure the statutes don’t run out on buildings you have placed in service.
Common Misconceptions of the 179D Deduction
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
1:00 PM EST