Last week, the IRS announced special exceptions for Louisiana residents and businesses affected by the August 2016 floods. According to The Advocate, the IRS will allow those affected “extended deadlines, waived penalties, and quicker request processing” and that “federal disaster assistance is not considered taxable income by [the IRS] or Social Security.”
Flood Law Blog Featured in The Advocate
By McGlinchey Stafford on
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The Flood Law Blog was featured in two articles in the Baton Rouge and New Orleans edition of The Advocate.
In the New Orleans Advocate, an article titled “Law Firms Use Katrina Experience to Help Baton Rouge Area Flood Victims,” McGlinchey Stafford attorneys Brad Axelrod and Jean-Paul Perrault discussed the blog’s roots in the firm’s…