Monday, March 3, 2014

COLORADO TAXPAYERS RECEIVE IMPORANT TAX ASSISTANCE



COLORADO TAXPAYERS RECEIVE IMPORANT TAX ASSISTANCE
RECOVERING FROM FIRES, FLOODS, AND MUDSLITES
FREE EDUCATIONAL WORKSHOPS
“POST DISASTER TAX ISSUES”
John Trapani, CPA spoke to people in Loveland (February 11th), Boulder and (February 12th), and Colorado Springs (February 13th), Colorado who experienced disaster losses in 2012 and 2013. Over 400 citizens attended the meetings.

The meetings were organized by the recovery staffs of Larimer County, Boulder County, and El Paso County. A consumer advocacy group, United Policyholders (UP) has been instrumental in planning and organizing these meetings.

To view the Colorado Springs, February 13th presentation use the following link:

It was an honor to speak to these people who are experiencing severe emotional stress attempting to deal with the numerous agencies and insurance adjusters who have a prime goal of protecting the treasury of the insurance companies that they work for.

Larimer, Boulder, and El Paso Counties, Colorado
Here are the meeting dates, times and locations:
Date

Time

County and Location of Meeting
Tuesday,
February 11, 2014

6:30 pm to
8:30 pm

Larimer County
    Loveland Senior Center – Cherry Room
    (Located behind Chilson Rec. Center)
    700 East Fourth Street, Loveland
Wednesday,
February 12, 2014

6:30 pm to
8:30 pm

Boulder County
County Courthouse
1325 Pearl Street
Commissioners Hearing Room, 3rd Floor
Location was move due to citizen response, 227 people attended.
Thursday,
February 13, 2014

6:00 pm to
8:00 pm

El Paso County
Centennial Hall Auditorium
200 S. Cascade Ave.
Colorado Springs

If you had property damage resulting from one of the following Federally Declared Disasters you received important income tax information that will assist you in your recovery process.
Number
Date
Incident Description
4145
9/14/13
Severe Storms, Flooding, Landslides, and Mudslides
4134
7/26/13
Black Forest Wildfire
4133
7/26/13
Royal Gorge Wildfire
4067
6/28/12
High Park And Waldo Canyon Wildfires

These meetings were coordinated and organized through the efforts of the following:

Community Foundation of Northern Colorado

BOULDER COUNTY, Garry Sanford
           Long Term Flood Recovery Group of Boulder County
LARIMER COUNTY, Suzanne Bassinger
EL PASO COUNTY, County Commissioners: Sallie Clark, Darryl Glenn, Peggy Littleton
           Recovery Manager: R. C. Smith
           Public Information Staff: Dave & Nancy
WALDO CANYON FIRE VOLUNTEERS
UP” PERSONNEL & VOLUNTEERS including Kerri Olivier

JOHN TRAPANI assists both taxpayers directly and advises taxpayers’ tax professionals.
This material was contributed by John Trapani. A Certified Public Accountant who has assisted taxpayers since 1976, in analyzing and reporting transactions of the type covered in this material.  

© 2014, John Trapani, CPA,
All rights to reproduce or quote any part of the chapter in any other publication are reserved by the author. Republication rights limited by the publisher of the book in which this chapter appears also apply.


JOHN TRAPANI


Certified Public Accountant


2975 E. Hillcrest Drive, #403


Thousand Oaks, CA 91362


(805) 497-4411       E-mail John@TrapaniCPA.com




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Internal Revenue Service Circular 230 Disclosure
This is a general discussion of tax law. The application of the law to specific facts may involve aspects that are not identical to the situations presented in this material. Relying on this material does not qualify as tax advice for purpose of mounting a defense of a tax position with the taxing authorities
The analysis of the tax consequences of any event is based on tax laws in effect at the time of the event.

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