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Because a condominium owner's interest extends both to the owner's individual unit and to common areas, a condominium owner may claim the lead removal credit for the amount the owner pays to delead common areas as well as the amount paid to delead the individual unit. Additional eligibility and computation rules for the credit are discussed in Technical Information Releases 97-12, 99-5 and 99-20 and Directive 01-6.
Massachusetts Schedule E must be adjusted by the amount of the Massachusetts allowable credit if the expense for deleading is claimed as a deduction on U. In order to qualify for the credit: Carryover of the Credit: If the credit exceeds the tax due, the excess credit may be carried forward for up to five succeeding tax years.
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If a taxpayer has received a below market interest rate loan from the Commonwealth or another source, or a below market interest rate betterment from a municipality, the amount of credit that may be claimed is reduced by the amount of the interest subsidy the taxpayer has received at the time the credit is claimed. This annual rate will be the average of the four quarterly rates for the calendar year.The amount of credit allowed equals the lesser of: Renewable energy source items include equipment which uses or transmits solar or wind energy to heat, cool, or provide hot water for a principal residence in Massachusetts.Expenditures for which a credit may Carryover of the Credit: If the credit exceeds the tax due, the excess credit may be carried forward for up to three succeeding tax years.Condominium ownership involves real property in which each owner has an exclusive interest in his or her unit in addition to an undivided interest with all other unit owners in the condominium's common areas and facilities. This property does not need to be a principal residence located in Massachusetts. 80 (sometimes called a “betterment”) that is attributable to the construction, extension, improvement or maintenance of a new or existing sewer system and/or a water treatment system for a city or town is not includable in calculating the Title V credit. 111, § 127B ½) may be included in calculating the Title V credit if a taxpayer is required or allowed to connect to a town or city sewer system to cure a failed system.Condominium common areas and facilities include party walls, common walls, halls, lobbies, public stairs, the land on which the building is located, the basement, yard, recreational facilities, and other areas normally in common use. Repair or Replacement of Failed Cesspool or Septic System Credit (Title V)Any owner of residential property located in Massachusetts who is not a dependent of another taxpayer and who occupies the property as his or her principal residence is allowed a credit for the expenses incurred to: Note: An assessment made under G. However, a loan to a property owner to finance a sewer line hook-up or connection (See, G. Generally, only those expenses for actual services or costs in connecting or hooking-up a sewer line from the property to the public sewer line are eligible in calculating the credit.