Is your winter heating bill too high? Grab an energy tax credit for yourself to offset the cost — before they expire!
Climatologists are predicting it will be more expensive to heat your home this winter. That’s not because energy costs are up. In fact, those who heat with natural gas are enjoying very low rates. But last year was mild in much of the country, and this year is expected to be normal to cold. So your heating bills will be higher because of use.
Fortunately, you can qualify for up to $500 in federal tax credits for installing energy-efficient appliances and upgrades. But hurry, some credits expire soon. Check EnergyStar.gov for complete information.
Information obtained from clarkhoward.com