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On February 15, 2013, the Nassau County Council of School Superintendents (NCCSS) hosted a conference on our Long Island Schools. We have summarized the event into two parts, with the first segment sent to members last week and the second to be sent over the week of 2/25/13. Visit our blog to see the facts and figures provided at the event. Head on over to --> http://rvcta.blogspot.com/ .
This came from Barbara Weltman, Esq. an attorney based in Millwood NY and was written in a publication called Bottom Line/Personal.
You may qualify for a federal tax deduction if you were affected by Sandy and live in a federally declared disaster area. To claim the deduction, you must itemize deductions on your federal tax return. The deduction is limited to the amount of catastrophic loss over 10% of your adjusted gross income. If your home has significant damage, you may want to get an appraisal of its pre- and post-disaster value. Helpful: to speed up the process, you can amend your 2011