NCACPA is here to help.

In the throes of the 2017 hurricane season, it’s important to be prepared and aware of the resources available to help victims.

We will continue to update this page as additional resources and assistance become available.

2017 Disaster Tax Relief

The AICPA Tax Teams have compiled comprehensive information about disaster relief and the effects on tax filing and tax planning to help practitioners:

Help after Harvey: How the CPA Community Can Assist

As those affected by Hurricane Harvey begin the arduous process of recovery, there are things the CPA community can do to help clients, small businesses, and fellow CPAs living and working in affected areas get back on their feet.

Share Stories

Post to share your needs, stories, or anything storm-related!



Use this resource to create a volunteer event or sign up for an event that supports hurricane relief in your area.


Apply for Assistance

Do you or anyone you know need assistance? Click here to apply for AICPA’s Benevolent Fund.


AICPA’s 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

Whether your small business survives a natural disaster may depend as much (if not more) on the plans you put in place now, before a disaster occurs, as to what you do after a disaster strikes. Here are some disaster preparedness ideas for you to consider for your small business.

Natural Disaster Planning for Small Businesses  |  Business Continuity Insurance

NC Attorney General: Information for Consumers

Home repair fraud, price gouging, and phony FEMA officials and power crews are a few scams likely to follow natural disasters.

Click here for tips and simple steps from the office of Attorney General Josh Stein on how North Carolina consumers can be prepared

Disasters and Financial Planning: A Guide for Preparedness and Recovery

(Resource provided by the American Red Cross, the AICPA, and the National Endowment for Financial Education)

Disasters often strike quickly and without warning. Whether it is a weather emergency, natural disaster or personal crisis due to illness, unemployment or disability, most families will experience some form of disaster that leaves them with little or no time to think before making important decisions.

See the guide.