Reconstructing Records After a Natural Disaster or Casualty Loss
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Reconstructing records after a disaster may be essential for tax purposes, getting federal assistance or insurance reimbursement. After a disaster, taxpayers might need certain records to prove their loss. The more accurately the loss is estimated, the more loan and grant money there may be available.
For taxpayers who have lost some or all of their records during a disaster, there are some simple steps to take that can help. The following information includes steps to take after a disaster so taxpayers can reconstruct their records and prove loss of personal-use and business property.
As the current situation with the COVID-19 virus outbreak evolves on a daily basis, we have made the decision to temporarily lock our office doors to everyone except employees, for our safety and yours.
Our office is open and we are currently working and maintaining normal office hours in order to serve our valuable clients! We value your business and will continue providing services to you to the best of our ability during this extraordinary time. As a technology enabled firm, we can receive and provide digital, paperless documents through encrypted portals so clients don't have to leave the safety and comfort of their home to securely exchange information with us to complete your required tax filings and accounting preparation.
The April 15, 2020 deadline for all IRS filings has been automatically extended until July 15, 2020.
Please call the office at (727) 344-1463 if you need to drop off or pick up documents. Also, feel free to use our mail slot.
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