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Learn About The  Taxpayer Incentive of up to $5,000

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NY State Tax Credit Up to $5,000*

This Must Be Claimed Or It Is Lost

You are entitled to claim this credit if you:

  • purchased solar energy system equipment,
  • entered into a written agreement for the lease of solar energy system equipment, or
  • entered into a written agreement that spans at least ten years for the purchase of power generated by solar energy system equipment not owned by you.

The solar energy system must use solar radiation to produce energy for heating, cooling, hot water, or electricity for residential use.  The system must also be installed and used at your principal residence in New York State.

How much is the credit?

The credit is equal to 25% of your qualified solar energy system equipment expenditures and is limited to $5,000.

  • The solar energy system equipment credit is not refundable. However, any credit amount in excess of the tax due can be carried over for up to five years.

For additional information on claiming this credit, see Form IT-255, Claim for Solar Energy System Equipment, and its instructions, Form IT-255-I

*https://www.tax.ny.gov/pit/credits/solar_energy_system_equipment_credit.htm

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What's the difference between a Tax CREDIT and a Tax DEDUCTION? 

A lot.

"There are a few basic differences between tax credits and tax deductions.

Tax credits provide a dollar-for dollar reduction of your income tax liability. This means that a $1,000 tax credit saves you $1,000 in taxes.

On the other hand, tax deductions lower your taxable income and they are equal to the percentage of your marginal tax bracket."*

*www.irs.com/articles/tax-credits-vs-tax-deductions