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Hurricane Sandy


IRS Opens Window Longer for Sandy Victims

The IRS is throwing yet another life preserver to taxpayers who were victimized by Hurricane Sandy. Under a new Notice, these taxpayers now have until October 15, 2013, to deduct their disaster-area losses on a 2011 or 2012 return.

AICPA Asks Congress to Amend Hurricane Sandy Tax Relief Act

The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) is asking Congress to amend its Hurricane Sandy tax relief legislation by extending the replacement period for which taxpayers can claim a property loss.

Retirement Plans Can Make Loans, Hardship Distributions to Sandy Victims

The IRS announced on November 16, 2012, that 401(k)s and similar employer-sponsored retirement plans can make loans and hardship distributions to victims of Hurricane Sandy and members of their families.

JH Offers Post-Sandy Service Tips

Jackson Hewitt Tax Service highlights some key considerations for tax service providers who want to help eligible taxpayers in their area take advantage of disaster-related tax considerations.
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Firms Extend Helping Hand After Hurricane Sandy

Accounting firms along the East Coast were impacted by Hurricane Sandy and so were their clients. Many are now going the extra mile to help employees and their communities.

IRS Issues 'Storm Warnings' to Taxpayers

The IRS has sounded alarms of a slightly different nature than the ones issued by meteorologists earlier this month: A nationwide call for taxpayers to avoid scams in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

IRS Offers Trade-off to Help Hurricane Victims

The power still may be out for hundreds of thousands of residents in areas devastated by Hurricane Sandy, but at least the IRS is giving business people around the country another opportunity to help victims out.

IRS Provides Additional Relief to Hurricane Sandy Victims

Following recent disaster declarations for individual assistance issued by the FEMA, the IRS announced November 2, 2012, that affected taxpayers in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York will receive tax relief.
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