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45L Tax Credit: Kentucky
The 45L Tax Credit offers $2,000 per dwelling unit to developers of energy efficient apartment buildings and homes in the state of Kentucky. Based on current construction trends, many developers are already building to specifications that would meet the criteria for this credit. All apartment buildings and residential condominium developments completed within the last 4 years in Kentucky are worth assessing for potential 45L Tax Credit. Eligible construction also includes substantial reconstruction and rehabilitation.
$2,000 for Each Dwelling Unit
Under Internal Revenue Code §45L, you are eligible for a $2,000 Federal tax credit for each dwelling unit that you construct or rehabilitate in Kentucky.
Multi-Family Housing in Louisville, Kentucky
Our 45L tax credit energy analysis found 67 out of 150 units provided a level of heating and cooling energy consumption that is below a reference dwelling unit constructed in accordance with the standards of the 2013 International Energy Conservation Code.
Results: $134,000 in 45L Tax Credit.
Credits Can Be Claimed Retroactively
In addition to newly constructed or rehabbed apartments, you can claim missed tax credits if you amend previously filed tax returns within the 3-year Federal statute of limitations.
KBKG Secures the Credits
The process for obtaining these credits requires an expert certification of credits that your tax preparer cannot do on their own. Our engineers and energy tax experts provide a turnkey report with all calculations and certifications while providing expert guidance to you and your tax preparer throughout the process.
KBKG has successfully secured millions in 45L credits for multi-family projects throughout the US, maximizing credits where others have failed. We look forward to hearing from you.
What are the Benefits of the 45L Tax Credit?
The Energy Efficient Home Credit offers a tax credit of $2,000 per dwelling unit to developers of energy efficient buildings completed after August 8, 2005. Below is a sample of expected benefits based on the number of qualified dwelling units.
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