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Hurricane season officially began on June 1, and with experts predicting an “above-normal” forecast this year, it’s a very ideal time to implement or revisit the disaster recovery plan for your business or home. By taking a few steps before disaster strikes, business owners can reduce their stress when it comes time to file claims or rebuild after the catastrophic event.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) shares these five tips to help you prepare for a disaster:
Our Business Advisory Group offers support in disaster preparedness, including helping you evaluate needs, identifying risks and/or reviewing your current plan to ensure it is the best fit your business. For more information, contact our Business Advisory Group today.
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