The conditions to benefit from a tax credit favoring renewable energies are simple, but what works are concerned?
Mrs. Badioul's question, Bar-le-Duc (55): "We bought a wood stove in a shop and we thought we would benefit from the tax credit by having it installed by a craftsman, but the tax authorities sent us a notice of adjustment because the installer was not the seller Is it normal, the seller having assured us that we were entitled to the tax credit? "
The seller misinformed you. To qualify for the Renewable Energy Work Tax Credit, your wood stove must not only be installed by a craftsman, but must also be supplied by him. By making this acquisition yourself, you have lost the tax advantage.
Remember that this tax credit only applies to work done in the principal residence. It is the same to benefit from the reduced VAT rate to 7% on housing work: only the work and equipment billed by the craftsman enter the system. This concerns work carried out in primary and secondary housing, provided that it has been built for more than two years.