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Are you prepared for a disaster?

After the devastation of Hurricane Harvey and with the looming threat of Hurricane Irma, the IRS has issued a list of ways that taxpayers should prepare for hurricanes, floods and other disasters. Specifically, the IRS recommends that taxpayers keep a duplicate set of key documents in a safe, waterproof place. Also, photograph or videotape the contents of your home, especially high-value items, to make it easier to claim any available insurance and tax benefits. Read the full list of tips here: http://bit.ly/2eL9W1R

Bradley H. Kearns, CPA, bkearns@sek.com

Nathaniel L. Fissel, CPA, MST, nfissel@sek.com

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