October 2017

Natural Disasters and Your Taxes


Taxpayers who are victims of a disaster might need to reconstruct records to prove their loss. Doing this may be essential for tax purposes, getting federal assistance, or insurance reimbursement.

Here are 12 things taxpayers can do to help reconstruct their records after a disaster:



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In This Issue:

  • Dungeon of Lost Deductions - Dilly Dilly...
  • Natural Disasters and Taxes
  • 3 Errors Hiding in Your Paycheck
  • Keep Your Retirement on Track at 50
  • Laff Trax: Finding Humor in Life


Deductr Training Webinar: LIVE - Thurs 10/26 9:00 PM EDT

It's that time of year.

Time for ghosts and goblins, tricks and treats. But don't be tricked into thinking you can go all year without tracking your business expenses and still get every deduction you deserve.

You've got to have a system in place or you're bound to fall into the Dungeon of Lost Deductions. Dilly Dilly...

Join our webinar on Thursday evening, October 26, for a detailed training where we promise to provide only treats with no tricks. Start time is 9:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time. Please check your time zone for the correct start time where you live.

Director of Communications and Training at Deductr, Doug Long, will take you through a comprehensive training click by click. We will discuss all versions of Deductr; U.S., Canadian, and International.

Seats are limited and available on a "first come first served" basis. Register Now! Our webinars fill up fast.


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