US Department of Treasury application for tax credits on energy property.

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Managing Real Estate Broker with ERA American Real Estate

Welcome to the United States Department of the Treasury's Application Submission Page for payments in lieu of tax credits for specified energy property.  These payments are authorized by Section 1603 of The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act's tax title signed into law on February 17, 2009.  Please see the instructions below on how to get started.

This application has been tested and is recommended for Internet Explorer 5.5 and above and FireFox 2.0 and above for Windows, and Safari 3.0 and FireFox 3.0 for the Mac.  NOTE: Mac OSX users will have a better experience with forms by setting Full Keyboard Access to "All Controls."  You can change this under System Preferences, in Keyboard & Mouse under Keyboard Shortcuts.

Guidance document, Terms and Conditions, and sample application form.  For all questions please email 1603Questions@do.treas.gov.

 

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