179D Today and Tomorrow The Future of Green Building Tax Incentives
Please join us for an educational discussion on the green energy tax incentive, 179D Tax Deduction. The 179D Webinar will discuss the background of this powerful green building deduction and the recent changes created by the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. This webinar will include details about the expansion and the increased impact of 179D in future years. We will also discuss the alternative qualification path known as the Retrofit Program and what this new path means for building owners and designers of buildings. Attendees will learn about who is eligible to receive these benefits and what is required as part of the qualification calculations. We hope you join us for this exciting discussion on the future of the 179D green energy tax incentive!
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KBKG is registered with The American Institute of Architects (AIA) as part of its Continuing Education Services program to provide continuing education learning units on specific courses. Provider Number: 10009587
179D Tax Insights
Putting Dollars Back on Campuses How colleges and universities benefit from the 179D Tax Deduction Colleges and universities have historically resorted to private donors and alumni to help with the financing of campus improvements. While these methods have proven to be effective, many administrators and facilities directors are unaware of how certain tax incentives established … Read More
KBKG to Host Webinar Series with AIA Los Angeles PASADENA, Calif. – 7/26/2023 – KBKG, a leading provider of turnkey tax services and solutions, is set to host a series of webinars alongside AIA Los Angeles on August 1 and August 8. The two-part series is to educate architects on effective cost-saving strategies through various … Read More
School districts have traditionally resorted to private contributions from the community to raise funds for necessary projects that provide an interactive, quality education for students. While this method is proven to be effective, many leaders of K-12 school districts need to be made aware of how specific tax incentives set forth by the federal government … Read More
Top Five Questions Architects Ask About 179D Architects’ role in reducing the carbon footprint has left many wondering where the incentive behind designing energy-efficient buildings has come from. This recent push results from the 179D Tax Deduction, a program the U.S. government introduced as part of the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) to encourage architects to … Read More
Why KBKG is Your Trusted Partner for 179D Partnering with an experienced provider whose reputation for upholding ethical standards is invaluable. For years, KBKG’s knowledge and expertise have educated architects and designers on some of the most complex issues of the U.S. tax code to help them save money on taxes through the 179D Tax … Read More
In 2008, the 179D Energy Efficient Commercial Building Program was modified as a powerful stimulus to the Architecture and Design Community. Since then, Architects and other designers have been inspired to reduce their carbon footprint by designing more energy-efficient commercial buildings. As a result of this initiative, the program permanently became part of the U.S. … Read More
In front of some of the industry’s leading experts, KBKG was well-represented at this year’s Real Estate Roundtable (RER) State of the Industry event in Washington, DC. KBKG Principal, CJ Aberin, was invited by RER to panel a discussion on the energy tax incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act for the Tax and Sustainability Advisory … Read More
PASADENA, Calif. – KBKG, a tax credits and incentives consulting firm, has announced its certification as an American Institute of Architects (AIA) Continuing Education Provider. KBKG’s classes will be instructed by its Director, Jesse Stanley, P.E., who will lead the courses for providers looking to maximize tax savings on energy-efficient building designs. Stanley is the … Read More
Looking for CPE credit? We have several sessions available this month. Click the links below to register. If you have questions or need help registering, please email [email protected]. Research & Development Tax Credits 11/1/2022 | 12:00 PM PT | 1 hour | 1 CPE credit This webinar will cover the fundamentals of the Research and … Read More
Attending the UCLA Tax Controversy Conference is our CEO, Gian Pazzia, Principals, Jason Melillo and Kevin Zolriasatain, alongside our Director, Lon O’Connor, Chau Pham, and Lee Melbourne-Weaver. This event takes place on Thursday, October 27th at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los, Angeles. About the Event UCLA Extension’s Annual Tax Controversy Conference is the preeminent … Read More