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Hurricane Ian tax refunds – Are you leaving money on the table?

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Q. I saw that I might be able to claim a refund on my property taxes because I haven’t been able to occupy my unit owing to damage caused by Hurricane Ian. I also heard that I might be able to claim a loss on my federal tax return for the special assessments we’ve had to pay. Are either of these reports true?

A. According to Florida Statutes, homeowners can apply for a tax refund from the County Appraiser’s Office if their property was deemed uninhabitable for at least 30 days due to Hurricane Ian.

Read more on GSACNaples.org.

– David Feight, Gulf Shore Association of Condominiums

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