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Tax Tip: How to Deduct Property Damage Caused by Hurricane Delta

If you live in Hurricane Delta's path, your family's personal safety is your number one concern during the storm. But once the hurricane has passed, your primary concern might be dealing with property damage from high winds or flooding. If that's the case, the tax law can offer some help.

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