NCACPA is here to help.
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.
Below are resources about disaster relief and the effects on tax filing and tax planning to help practitioners:
- Casualty Loss and Disaster Relief webpage
- Casualty Loss Practice Guide
- The United States Chamber of Commerce has put together a step-by-step small business recovery guide, with numerous links and suggestions for a variety of scenarios.
- Disaster Tax Relief policy positions and advocacy efforts on the AICPA website, including 2015 brochure, Tax Relief for Natural Disaster Victims
- The AICPA Benevolent Fund provides assistance to AICPA members undergoing financial hardships. If you’d like to support other CPAs in need, you can make a charitable donation to the fund. Members in distress can apply for aid here.
- Disaster Relief Act of 2019
Post to share your ideas on disaster planning and recovery.
Use this resource to create a volunteer event or sign up for an event that supports 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.