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Japanese Penguin Goes Shopping

Gotta love it. It’s actually a few years old, but fellow blogger Amber Hunt showed this to me yesterday.

So, I’m showing it to you.

How cute. How crazy. How Japanese!

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2010 Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency Improvements – It’s Not Too Late!

As of today, you have exactly 25 shopping days until Christmas – and 33 days to take advantage of the Residential Energy Credit! The credit expires at the end of the year, and has two parts:

Part 1 – Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit

This credit gives homeowners back 30% of the cost of eligible energy-efficient home improvements (up to $1500). Qualifying expenses include high-efficiency heat pumps and heating systems, air conditioning systems, and water heaters, including the labor and installation costs.

Energy-efficient windows and doors, as well as some qualifying insulation materials and roofs, are also included in the credit, though labor for installing them is not.

Items must:

  1. Meet or exceed the 2000 International Energy Conservation code criteria.
  2. Be installed in your primary home.
  3. Be paid for or incurred during 2009 or 2010 ($1,500 total is for combined tax years).

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