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Stimulus Check – Questions Answered

Stimulus Payment Questions Answered

Stimulus Check - Questions Answered

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Disaster Losses Including Casualty and Theft IRS Publication 547 – IRS Form 4684

If you take one look at FEMA’s website, it’s clear that we are going to see a significant increase in the number of casualty losses going forward. Should you find yourself a victim of a disaster or a casualty or theft loss it is

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IRS and Federally Declared Disaster Areas

People living in a federally declared disaster area are entitled to a wide variety of tax benefits. Around the Nation provides IRS news specific to local areas, primarily disaster relief or tax provisions that affect certain states. 2012 federally declared disaster areas

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Determining the Amout of Disaster Loss to Claim for a Business Asset

Start with the cost basis of each asset along with a fair market value (FMV) of each asset both before and after the disaster.  Be prepared to substantiate.  The next piece of data needed is the amount of reimbursement you

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Casualty, Disaster and Theft Loss Deduction

Losses incurred because of a casualty, disaster, or theft may be tax-deductible. Casualty and theft losses are reported on Form 4684 and Form 1040 Schedule A. Casualty Loss A casualty is the loss of property (including damage and destruction) because

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