Natural disasters can – and do – happen at any time. Preparing in advance of a disaster can give people peace of mind after a disaster hits as they begin the recovery process. IRS.gov has information and resources that can help taxpayers before and after a disaster. Tax relief in disaster situationsThis page features links…Read more
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Taxpayers have the right to challenge the IRS's position and be heard. This is part of the Taxpayer Bill of Rights, which clearly outlines the fundamental rights every taxpayer has when working with the IRS. Taxpayers have the right to: • Raise objections.• Provide additional documentation in response to formal or proposed IRS actions.• Expect the IRS to…Read more
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No matter the type of disaster or how devastating it is, before the IRS can choose to authorize tax relief, the Federal Emergency Management Agency must issue a major disaster declaration. Generally, the IRS will authorize disaster tax relief to all areas identified on a major disaster declaration if FEMA identifies at least one area…Read more
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