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Visit our dedicated disaster recovery and relief webpage for filing updates from the IRS and FTB related to California wildfires, as well as other resources to help you or your clients minimize the financial impact of recent wildfires. You’ll also find links to the AICPA/Red Cross Disasters and Financial Planning Guide, information on the AICPA Benevolent Fund and disaster recovery information and a guide for CPAs to providing disaster assistance, both courtesy of the Texas Society of CPAs.
Information in this guide was gathered from “Disasters and Financial Planning: A Guide for Preparedness and Recovery,” produced by the AICPA, American Red Cross and National Endowment for Financial Education and various IRS publications, including FAQs for Disaster Victims, wildfire and hurricane resources, and press releases.
Turbulent Times: Disaster Recovery and Resilience
Check out this free webcast recording to learn about navigating the aftermath of a disaster from both a business a personal financial perspective; assessing damages; obtaining cash/assistance; making a personal disaster plan; and critical resources to help both CPAs and their clients before, during and after a disaster.
When an earthquake, wildfire or flood can affect Californians like you. Should the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declare a disaster in your area, you may be eligible for certain tax and other benefits. Regardless, it is a good idea to be prepared for a disaster beforehand. Following are various resources that can help you learn how to minimize the financial impact of a disaster.
Whether it's personal or business property that has been lost or destroyed, the IRS has some steps that can help you reconstruct important records.