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February 08, 2010

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what about the dangers of lack of segregation of duties by giving too much authority to a clerk or admin assistant?

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I did a lot of updates in my house including the shower heads, and new water heater, and also replaced all my light bulbs with the energy efficient types. I added all of those for my tax credit.

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And here I thought that dryers would be on the top of the priority list. LOL.

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Water heater is the cheapest in my place.

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Hi, This is one interesting post. I was actually surfing, looking for incentives that I might be able to take advantage of. As far as I know there are Solar Hot Water Rebate presently offered by the government. Its just a matter of asking the right question to the right persons. You should also speak with a nearby MP about the accessibility to state government solar hot water rebate in your town. Appliers need to make application for the rebate within just six months of the hot water system or heat pump installed. Those who are renting can also be entitled for any rebate.

Stephen Kain

I just love reading posts like this one..for me if you could upgrade all the appliances in your home the better. Being most of these are energy efficient these days like in Solar Heating Systems that ive read imagine all the rebates that i can obtain.

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What uses are you goin to put these appliances to. If they are going into your primary residence, there are no tax deduction or writeoffs. If they are going into a rental unit you own, you may be able to take a depreciation allowance for them. Check with a tax accountant for the proper deduction/expensing if they are going into a rental.


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