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Tax Credits for EVs

Buy an EV Before the End of the Year and Save up to $13,500 on Your 2014 Taxes!

 

In addition to cutting-edge technology and performance, state and federal tax credits are helping to make buying an electric vehicle (EV) an even smarter choice. Alongside a federal tax credit of $7,500, Colorado residents are able to claim an additional state credit of up to $6,000 when they buy an EV. Together, these incentives significantly reduce the cost of buying an electric vehicle –…

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Added by Rosemarie Russo on November 21, 2014 at 9:41am — No Comments

Electric Vehicles

Testimonial:

 

Are you considering purchasing a new car? This may be the time for you to start your search. Dick Thomas, former Department Head, admin pro, and retiree suggests you take a close look at electric vehicles (EV) prior to the end of the year. A purchase prior to year end can result in $13,500 in rebates, $7,500 from the Federal government and $6,000 from the State.  A purchase after December 31st would cause a wait until April ’16  for the rebates. Dick and his wife…

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Added by Rosemarie Russo on November 20, 2014 at 1:22pm — No Comments

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