Did your business become inoperable after sustaining damage from a hurricane, wildfire, or other qualified disaster? If so, you may be entitled to a tax credit.
Your business may qualify for a disaster relief tax credit if it meets the following criteria:
As of December 20, 2019, there are many qualified disasters in the United States that are eligible for the credit. Here are a few qualified disasters for which the credit is available as well as a comprehensive reference map of all current US regions with designated disaster zones:
To learn if your company qualifies for the credit, please fill in the below form. We’ll respond with a list of disaster credits you’re potentially eligible to receive as well as next steps you can take to claim them.
There are no filing requirements for the credit, but businesses must meet the above criteria and maintain proof that the employees performed substantially all of their duties at the location up to the day the location became inoperable.
If your business is located in a designated disaster zone, we can help you determine your eligibility, claim the credit, and locate other federal and state hiring and wage-based credits.
To start, we’ll work with you to determine if your business qualifies. We’ll then do the following:
In addition to calculating the disaster credit, MaxCredits has a web-based platform that can determine if your business qualifies for other federal credits, including:
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