Do you design public buildings?

The EPACT 2005 program states that the designers of public buildings are eligible to receive the EPACT 2005 tax deductions. Government agencies do not pay income tax. The EPACT 2005 program allows the qualifying deductions to be allocated to the companies who designed the systems (i.e. Lighting, HVAC, and building envelope) of the public

building. Some examples of public buildings are public schools, public universities, and municipal buildings. Buildings designed for “not for profit” organizations do not qualify for this program. Learn how to take advantage of that deduction. It goes back to January 1, 2006, so you may still use it.

Related Content