Disaster relief and recovery
Controlling your business when circumstances are beyond your control
Natural disasters, in many forms, cause disruption in daily life and business operations. Advance business continuity planning is essential, yet assistance and relief is needed when people, facilities and resources are impacted. We understand how hard it can be to get back on track. See below for insights on the challenges and opportunties of rebuilding your business after a catastrophic event. We also track the regulatory relief issued for major U.S. disasters, so you don't have to search for it.
Please contact us if you need help with business insurance claims, damages assessment, tax relief, systems recovery or any other business continuity effort.
Most recent event(s)
The IRS announced tax relief, including extended deadlines, for counties in Oklahoma affected by the recent flooding.
The IRS has extended Oct. 15 and other upcoming deadlines to provide tax relief for victims of Hurricane Michael.
The IRS announced tax relief, including extended deadlines, to certain North Carolina counties impacted by Hurricane Florence.
The IRS has released preliminary information regarding relief for taxpayers and tax preparers in areas affected by Hurricane Florence.
Employers have several tax-advantaged methods for providing financial support to employees impacted by major disasters.
See the pages below for all RSM insights and information pertaining to specific qualifying events
Regulatory relief and other post-event information related to the impact of Hurricane Irma in October 2017. Learn more.