Oct. 20 Inflation Reduction Act Webinar Replay Available
NAHB recently hosted a follow-up webinar to its initial Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) overview, which is now available for replay.
The webinar features moderator Mark Konter, vice president at Konter Quality Homes and chair of the Federal Government Affairs Committee, and NAHB staff members JP Delmore, AVP of government affairs, and David Logan, director of tax and trade policy analysis. The speakers provided a general overview of the process, as well as details regarding the energy tax incentives for single-family, multifamily and remodeling projects.
“A significant portion of the Inflation Reduction Act focuses on tax incentives for energy efficiency,” Delmore notes. “There are over a dozen incentives applicable to housing that are either completely new or, in other cases, completely updated.”
Delmore provided details on the incentives, including which are business oriented and which are consumer oriented. Logan discussed the process currently underway by the IRS to seek public comments on implementing the Inflation Reduction Act’s Clean Energy Tax Incentives.
Both this webinar and the preliminary webinar are available on nahb.org.
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