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Reporting Casualties Under the New US Personal Income Tax Regimen – Thefts Not So Much

The Perturbing New Treatment of Patents Under the Tax Cut & Jobs Act (TCJA)

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) amends Internal Revenue Code Section 165 further restricting our ability as individual taxpayers to write off CASUALTY LOSSES going forward solely to 'disaster areas' as declared by the POTUS. Say whaaaat ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? Effective immediately this new restriction

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Casualty and Theft Loss – IRS Form 4684

Your vehicle was hit by hail and the insurance company agreed to compensate you $4,600 AND allow you to keep the vehicle AND not issue you a salvage title.  In most situations this is non reportable.  However not always.  This

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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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