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Keeping Records Safe – Tax and others

In life, you never know what is waiting for you in the next turn ahead. Threats like hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fires or some other natural disasters, break-ins, vandalism, electronic hacking and other malicious events might be prowling around waiting to pounce on you anytime during the year. You never know when a disaster will strike, or what damage it will…read more →

Casualty, Theft and Disaster Losses

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose and Maria all made their impact felt back to back. Images of flooded streets, devastated homes and shattered families tugged at your heart. The year 2017 witnessed many disasters nationwide that spurred Congress to pass the “Disaster Tax Relief and Airport and Airway Extension Act”. Because of this Act, many changes have occurred that greatly benefit…read more →

Keeping Records Safe – Tax and others

In life, you never know what is waiting for you in the next turn ahead. Threats like hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fires or some other natural disasters, break-ins, vandalism, electronic hacking and other malicious events might be prowling around waiting to pounce on you anytime during the year. We never know when a disaster will strike, or what damage it will…read more →

Casualty, Theft & Disaster Losses

2017 has had many disasters nationwide that spurred Congress to pass the “Disaster Tax Relief and Airport and Airway Extension Act”. Because of this Act, many changes have occurred that greatly benefit taxpayers who experience disaster losses. If you have damage from a storm, theft, auto wreck, fire, flood, earthquake, break in, or other disaster, you need to contact the…read more →

Keeping Records Safe – Tax and Others

Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fires, other natural disasters, break-ins, vandalism, electronic hackers and other malicious events occur always during the year. We never know when a disaster will strike, or what damage it will cause. There may be little or nothing you can do to prevent your home or office from being destroyed or damaged, but you can at least ensure…read more →

Casualty, Theft & Disaster Losses

2017 has had many disasters nationwide that spurred Congress to pass the “Disaster Tax Relief and Airport and Airway Extension Act”. Because of this Act, many changes have occurred that greatly benefit taxpayers who experience disaster losses.   If you have damage from a storm, theft, auto wreck, fire, flood, earthquake, break in, or other disaster, you need to contact…read more →

Keeping Records Safe – Tax and others

Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fires, other natural disasters, break-ins, vandalism, electronic hackers and other malicious events occur always during the year. We never know when a disaster will strike, or what damage it will cause. There may be little or nothing you can do to prevent your home or office from being destroyed or damaged, but you can at least ensure…read more →

Casualty, Theft & Disaster Losses

If you have a fire, flood, earthquake, break in, or other disaster, you need to contact the police and your insurance company. If the amount of money that you have to pay, out of pocket, after insurance reimbursement exceeds 10% of your adjusted gross income, you could be entitled to Casualty Loss Deductions. The benefit of a casualty loss is…read more →

Keeping Records Safe – Tax and others

Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, fires, other natural disasters, break-ins, vandalism, electronic hackers and other malicious events occur at all times during the year. We never know when a disaster will strike, or what damage it will cause. There may be little or nothing you can do to prevent your home or office from being destroyed or damaged, but you can at…read more →

Casualty, Theft & Disaster Losses

If you have a fire, flood, earthquake, break in, or other disaster, you need to contact the police and your insurance company. If the amount of money that you have to pay, out of pocket, after insurance reimbursement exceeds 10% of your adjusted gross income, you could be entitled to Casualty Loss Deductions. The benefit of a casualty loss is…read more →

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