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...but I'm gonna ask anyway. In 2010, we were able to obtain an Energy Credit for upgrading our heat pump. In 2011, we had another home built and we moved in mid-year. The new home has energy efficient features that surely would qualify for the Energy Credit EXCEPT for being a newly constructed home. Aside from the fact that I don't know how to value these features anyway, since the home was not pre-existing, I don't believe we qualify for the Energy Credits anyway. I have read through the stuff in the Tax Software and some IRS stuff, but can find nothing definitive excluding brand new homes from the Energy Credit. I figure someone here can give me a definitive answer...

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