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Hurricane Michael-related tax relief for Alabama taxpayers

Hurricane-related tax relief for Alabama taxpayers

The IRS announced that taxpayers in Alabama affected by Hurricane Michael may be eligible for tax relief. In general, the tax relief includes more time to file returns, pay taxes, and perform certain other time-sensitive acts for taxpayers affected by Hurricane Michael.


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The IRS release—AL-2018-006—reports that the president declared a major disaster existed in Alabama, and that was followed by a major disaster declaration issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Taxpayers in the following counties, thus, may qualify for tax relief: Geneva, Henry, Houston, and Mobile counties.

The relief generally applies with regards to deadlines that occurred on or after October 10, 2018, and before February 28, 2019.

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