Clarifying the 25c Tax Credit

October 2010
ACCA Insider;10/27/2010, Issue 379, p4
A blog from Charlie McCrudden, Vice President of Government Relations at theAir Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), concerning the eligibilty for the 25c tax credit which expires in December 2010 is discussed.


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