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Flood Victims Get a Tax Break

10/09/2015 | By Bob Williams

Following the procedures they’ve used in the past, the Internal Revenue Service has offered flood victims in South Carolina a bit of tax relief. Victims of the heavy rainfall and historic flooding in South Carolina will have until Feb. 16, 2016 to file returns and pay any tax due for the 2014 tax year. This includes individuals and businesses in the state who may not be flood victims, but who requested and received an extension of time to file to Oct. 15.

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