Katrina Relief

While President Bush and the Federal Emergency Management Agency were suffering scathing criticism for their slow response to the crisis Hurricane Katrina wrought on New Orleans and the Gulf region, the Internal Revenue Service and Congress were quick to announce tax relief for victims of the disaster. Just one day after the storm, the IRS gave taxpayers in areas of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and

While President Bush and the Federal Emergency Management Agency were suffering scathing criticism for their slow response to the crisis Hurricane Katrina wrought on New Orleans and the Gulf region, the Internal Revenue Service and Congress were quick to announce tax relief for victims of the disaster. Just one day after the storm, the IRS gave taxpayers in areas of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi special relief. It extended tax filing and payment deadlines until Oct. 31 (extended

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