If you care about the future of the American renewable energy industry, you need to learn what the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) calls “passive activities.” Because these important rules mean that as long as the U.S. relies on the tax code to provide renewable energy incentives, renewable energy can only grow as fast as [...]
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P is for Passive Activity Rules. The Internal Revenue Service likes to match up income with deductions. And in most cases, when in comes to individuals, if deductions (or losses) exceed income, those deductions are either lost or li...
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The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) recently took an important look at what the end of the 1603 grant program for renewable energy means for developers in the industry. Here’s a summary of that: Certain Types of Projec...