The date for the tax return has been announced which is 19 Jan, 2016. But if you are living in Mississippi and a storm victim over there, you don’t have to worry.

Even if you are helping there as a relief worker associated with any recognized government or philanthropic organization, you can also avail this great relief opportunity as announced by the International Revenue Service.

Mississippi storm victims have been given relief till May 16, 2016, to file their returns and pay any taxes due.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) declared individual assistance after the disaster this week.

According to which affected taxpayers in Benton, Coahoma, Marshall, Quitman and Tippah counties will receive this and other tax resolution. After the assessment of damage by FEMA, of other locations in Mississippi and other states, they may also be included in this special relief.

Individuals with the addresses of the affected and damaged areas, and that address present in the record of IRS will automatically get filing and penalty relief. Therefore, they don’t need to get in contact to IRS to get the relief.

Tax Help MD can help the Mississippi victims and will be assisting in all the file returns and other taxes due.

We can also assist those individuals and who have businesses who have suffered uninsured or unreimbursed disaster-related losses.
They can claim on either the return of the year the loss occurred, or the return of the prior year.

This tax resolution is based on assessment by FEMA and is a part of coordinated federal response to the damage caused by the severe storms or flooding.

My Tax Help MD provides the best IRS tax help and tax settlement services and make the life of its clients easy and relaxed. Having a team of professional tax consultants, we provide diverse IRS tax debt resolution service. You can tell us your tax problems and we will come up with the best possible solutions for them.

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