Old Man Winter arrived early and with a vengeance this week across much of the United States. Resulting property damages could mean tax help for some.
We can’t stop Mother Nature’s disastrous outbreaks, but we can be prepared. Taxes need to be part of any storm preparations.
Weather-related losses might qualify as casualty losses on tax returns.
In a sign of an improving economy, charitable donations increased last year.
The Internal Revenue Service is offering Supserstorm Sandy victims special tax consideration when it comes to tax deadlines and recovery payments.
If Superstorm Sandy has affected you, understand the financial steps necessary on your road to recovery.
FEMA and the Red Cross are working to provide deliveries of gasoline, shelter, food, volunteers and money to areas affected by Sandy.
If you live in an area that’s been declared a major disaster, you have some tax-filing options and a chance to possible get some tax refund money sooner.
Having a financial preparedness plan will protect you and your family from the long-term effects of damaged or destroyed financial documents
Disaster can strike at any moment! Are you prepared? Is your beloved family protected? This and more, today on Bankrate.com.