Disaster Recovery

Connecting the Dots: Business Interruption Planning As It Relates to COVID-19

A hot topic within the hospitality industry right now is whether insurance policies will cover the drop in revenue (and subsequently, lost profits) arising out of both the pandemic and civil actions taken by federal, state, and local officials. Typically, this issue would arise months down the road when businesses would begin to file interruption [...]

Natural Disasters Can Affect Your Financial Statement, Too

Natural disasters can have financial implications for business owners over months, years, and even decades. Companies are expected to follow regulatory guidelines in all circumstances, including — and especially — in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Although the expectations are plainly written into the guidance, many companies are unfamiliar with the key points. Four [...]

Need Relief After a Disaster? No Quick Fixes, But You Have Options

Natural disasters are costly to just about every taxpayer, but individuals are often hit the hardest. Many are faced with the costs of repairing or replacing personal assets, and some even lose their jobs. When infrastructure fails, businesses close and temporarily (or permanently) lay off their workers, and individuals struggle to make ends meet. While [...]

2019-07-19T10:59:25-04:00July 16th, 2019|DISASTER RECOVERY, INDIVIDUAL PLANNING|

Why Donating to Disaster Relief Can Have Optimal Tax Benefits

If you were fortunate enough to have not been impacted by hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, or other natural disasters this year, then why not consider making a charitable donation to the victims? There are several “smart” ways to make a contribution that will help provide disaster relief and also get you tax deductions and other rewards for your [...]

2018-11-12T15:44:02-05:00October 3rd, 2017|DISASTER RECOVERY, INDIVIDUAL TAX|