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Ontario RST Exemption for EnergyStar Household Appliances

Province/Territory: Ontario

Rebate Amount: 14% (the Retail Sales Tax)

Description: Some ENERGY STAR appliances are exempt from provincial Retail Sales Tax.

Appliances that qualify for the RST exemption are:

  • Refrigerators (non-commercial)
  • Dishwashers
  • Clothes washers (including washer-dryer combinations)
  • Freezers
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Room air conditioners
  • Some lighting products
Go to this web page for a list of ENERGY STAR appliances.

Steps to Get This Rebate:

  1. Get the exemption automatically when you buy an appliance from a retail store.

When the Rebate Ends:

July 20, 2008

For More Information:

RST Exemption website Telephone: 1 800 263-7965

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6 Reviews for “Ontario RST Exemption for EnergyStar Household Appliances”

  1. All Sorts of ‘Energy Star’ Articles « miltonblog.ca and miltonblog.com Says:

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  2. Marlene Romanoski Says:

    Should the outdated items not be replaced with new and upcoming offers; or maybe the year is a typo.

  3. Marlene McQueen Says:

    This info not very useful when the rebate dates are 2008 & 2009. Any “new” rebates available for appliances?

  4. Barb Says:

    I wonder why there was a time limit on home appliance rebates when people would not need to sell a new fridge to buy another one at quite an expense just to save the tax. There should be incentives for a few years. I have just bought a pricey new fridge thinking there was a rebate only to find out there is not!!!

  5. Marlene Bellamy Says:

    I don’t understand the logic of advising of rebates that were closed in 2008. Could you perhaps update your site?

  6. Mike Bordeleau Says:

    Annoying as it is to find out that the government can still post advertisements that are long past due. I am not surprised to find them everywhere. I have upgraded every appliance, furnace, windows and added insulation in the walls and attic. And it always seems that the programs are not longer applicable.

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