If tax liability of the business entity is less that credit, the credit is available for carryback (one year) or carry forward (20 years), but no refunds or rebates.For the personal credit of

If tax liability of the business entity is less that credit, the credit is available for carryback (one year) or carry forward (20 years), but no refunds or rebates.For the personal credit of $1,000, if it is NOT used in the year in which the equipment is installed, it is LOST, no carryback, carryover, or tax refunds or rebates. Question: Can only taxable entities apply for the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property federal tax credit (excluding municipalities, non-profits, and other non-taxable entities)? However, non-taxable entities can negotiate with a partner/vendor, if the vendor qualifies for the tax credit.

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If tax liability of the business entity is less that credit, the credit is available for carryback (one year) or carry forward (20 years), but no refunds or rebates.

,000, if it is NOT used in the year in which the equipment is installed, it is LOST, no carryback, carryover, or tax refunds or rebates. Question: Can only taxable entities apply for the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property federal tax credit (excluding municipalities, non-profits, and other non-taxable entities)? However, non-taxable entities can negotiate with a partner/vendor, if the vendor qualifies for the tax credit.

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Section 402 - Extends the 30C Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property credit through 2013, retroactive to the 2011 expiration of the credit.

The 30C credit is a technology-neutral incentive for consumer and business investment in infrastructure to support vehicles that run on alternatives to oil.

The vendor can then pass on the savings to the non-profit as a reduction in cost of equipment and installation.

A “letter of understanding” between the vendor and non-tax entity is highly recommended and well as confirmation from their local tax/accounting expert. Question: Can the benefit of this federal tax credit be carried over if the taxable entity reports a loss?

Commercial installations can also claim a 30% tax credit up to a total of $30,000 for any EVSE installed on commercial property.

For an example of the 2012 tax form 8911 government publication in PDF format, titled “Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Credit”, go to this website link and click on the PDF instructions for form 8911 at: Instructions.html?

Previously, a tax credit for the purchase of electric motorcycles were contained in Section 30.

During Committee consideration of tax extenders, Senator Wyden offered an amendment to modify 30D to include electric motorcycles, while capping the credit for two-or-three wheel vehicles at 00 (the same level as the Section 30 credit).

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The Wyden proposal – which was retained in the fiscal cliff bill – mandated that a “qualified” vehicle would have to be capable of achieving a speed of 45 miles per hour or greater – so that low-speed, non-highway vehicles (such as 3-wheeled golf carts) would not be eligible.