On August 16, 2022, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), legislation designed in large part to lower consumer energy costs and provide economic incentives to reduce the human impact on climate change, became law. Among other provisions, the new law provides multiple tax incentives for taxpayers to:
- Make energy efficient home improvements;
- Purchase electric vehicles; and
- Afford health insurance coverage.
This course examines the tax credits available for energy-efficient home improvements, for purchase of new and used electric vehicles, for electric car charging and natural gas powered car fueling devices, and clean energy generation. Also discussed is the expanded health insurance premium tax credits and the extension of the limitation of noncorporate taxpayer excess business losses.
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- Clickable table of contents
- Learning objectives--each section
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- Glossary of terms used
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Fun CPE Course #: PWX2023
Materials: Online materials
Format: Interactive self-study
Subject: Federal Tax
Exam questions: Final-10 multiple choice
Document length: 52 pages
Passing score: 70% | Unlimited retakes
Advance prep: None
Course level: Overview
Last reviewed/updated: 01/01/2023
Expiration: One year from enrollment
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Calculate the tax credits available for taxpayers’ energy-efficient home improvements;
- Describe the tax credits available for the purchase of electric vehicles;
- Recognize the requirements and tax rules applicable to electric vehicle tax credits;
- Identify rules and limitations applicable to the qualified refueling property credit;
- List the clean energy and efficiency incentives;
- Apply the rules applicable to the expanded health insurance premium tax credit; and
- Recognize the limitation of noncorporate taxpayer excess business losses.