The bill defines multifamily as any residential structure with five or more units and expands the current commercial building tax deduction (Section 179D of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986) from a total of $1.
What does CBTD stand for?
CBTD stands for Commercial Building Tax Deduction (est. 2008)
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- Cambridgeshire Business Training Centres (UK)
- Cardiff Business Technology Centre (UK)
- Childhood Brain Tumor Consortium
- Coastal Bicycle Touring Club (Savannah, GA)
- Communications-Based Train Control
- Corredor Biológico Talamanca-Caribe (Spanish: Talamanca Biological Corridor-Caribbean; Costa Rica)
- Commandos: Beyond the Call of Duty (game)
- Calculous Biliary Tract Disease
- Cheaper By The Dozen
- Code, Build, Test, Deploy (software cycle)
- Community-Based Tourism Development (various locations)
- Construction and Building Trades Department
- China Building Technology Development Centre
- Combat Developer
- Combat Development
- Certified Broadcast Television Engineer (Society of Broadcast Engineers)
- Certified Business Travel Executive (National Business Travel Association)
- Chemotherapy Basic Treatment Equivalent (outpatient healthcare)
- Church Based Theological Education
- Community-Based Tourism Enterprise (various locations)
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The National Lighting Bureau is urging those that own, operate or maintain commercial buildings to act now to take advantage of current incentive programs, like the Commercial Building Tax Deduction (CBTD), that are available to help owners offset the cost of replacing outdated T12 systems with energy-saving T8 and T5 systems.
This can be jumpstarted quickly by building upon the existing Energy Efficient Commercial Building Tax Deduction (26 U.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090114/DC59060LOGO-b ) As SourceCorp's Matthew Rader and John Connell explain, the Energy-Efficient Commercial Building Tax Deduction, or section 179D, provides a tax deduction of up to $1.
BOMA International and its partners in the Commercial Building Tax Deduction Coalition are now working to pass legislation in Congress to extend the program beyond its December 31, 2007 expiration date.
noted, "The Commercial Building Tax Deduction [CBTD] introduced through the Energy Policy Act of 2005 has been extended through December 31, 2013.