How the stimulus law can save you money now!

True Cost Now provides tools and information about how the stimulus law can help you save now.

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How much can I save if I buy a new home in 2010?

Learn about the Homebuyer tax incentives that can help you save money on a new home.

Work

Work

How much extra will I see in my paycheck in 2009 and 2010?

Find out how the stimulus law may put extra money in your paycheck starting April 1, 2009.

Green

Green

How much can I save with home improvements?

Find out how the stimulus law may help you save money on home improvements and green energy.

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New Homebuyer Tax Credit Rules

Dateline: September 15, 2010

The Homebuyer tax credit requires that you close on the purchase of a qualifying home by September 30, 2010. To comply with IRS documentation requirements, you must file by paper and submit updated IRS Form 5405 and other information.

Go "Green" for a Tax Credit in 2010

Dateline: September 15, 2010

The "Non-Business Energy Property Tax Credit" expires at the end of 2010. You may be able to claim a tax credit of 30%, or up to $1,500, if you make certain "green" improvements to your primary residence.

Making Work Pay in 2010

Dateline: September 15, 2010

The Making Work Pay credit may put some extra money in your paycheck through the end of 2010. If you have multiple jobs or a working spouse, review the IRS regulations carefully.

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