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The F 500 V3 Oslo qualifies for the Biomass Tax Credit!

The F 500 V3 Oslo qualifies for the Biomass Tax Credit!

 Effective January 1, 2021 a new Biomass tax credit under Sec 25(D) of the tax codes creates a tax credit of 26% off the purchase and installation cost of a F 500 V3 Oslo (with no cap or lifetime limit) for tax years 2021 and 2022.

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Manufacturer’s Certificate of Qualification

  • Effective Dates: The new tax credit under Sec. 25(D) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code (“IRC” or “tax code”) will come into effect on January 1, 2021 for qualifying purchases and installations completed on or after that date, through December 31, 2023
  • Credit Amount: Creates a new tax credit of 26 percent of the purchase and installation costs (with no cap or lifetime limit) for tax years 2021 and 2022; moves down to 22 percent of purchase and installation costs in 2023 (under Sec. 25D of the U.S. tax code)
  • Qualifying Products: Require qualifying products (any biomass-fueled heater) be at least 75 percent efficient per the higher heating value (HHV) of the fuel
    • Further IRS guidance on qualifying products will likely be provided in 2021
    • In the meantime, the EPA certified wood heater database may be referenced

      What happens to the 25(C) tax credit that expired on December 31, 2020?

    • Eliminates the tax credit for biomass stoves under IRC Sec. 25(C) starting in 2021 and enacts this provision in its place
    • Any product purchased in 2020 that qualifies for the new Sec. 25(D) credit, but isn't installed until 2021, can be claimed under the Sec. 25(D) credit on a 2021 tax return. Products must be claimed on the tax return year in which the product installation is complete. 


How to Claim your tax credit on Wood Stoves purchased BEFORE December 31, 2020:

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Complete eligible purchase by December 31, 2020.

Retain the receipts from your purchase as well as the manufacturer certificate stating the stove qualifies.

Claim the credit on your federal income tax form.

If you made a qualifying purchase in a previous tax year and you want to claim the credit, you may file an amended return using IRS Form 1040-X

  • File Via Tax Software: Located in the “credits” section of the Federal portion under home ownership (or under "Home & Vehicles") and look for reference to the residential energy credit (Form 5695). Look for reference to the $300 credit. Contact the filing software provider you are using for any additional questions.
  • File Via U.S. Mail: Located on line 22a of IRS form 5695 under residential energy property costs and energy-efficient building property. The IRS provides additional instructions for this form.