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Hurricane Ian Resources

We at STRATA are saddened to hear about the tragic weather events taking place across the Southeastern U.S. and would like to extend a helping hand to those affected in any way we can. In light of the natural disaster affecting Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, and the surrounding areas, we have gathered together some resources to help keep you prepared and informed. Here are several sources of information regarding Hurricane Ian that you may want to be aware of as we see this hazardous weather event continue to develop.

IRS The IRS released a statement on September 29, 2022, informing readers of deadline extensions and tax relief due to Hurricane Ian.
FEMA On September 29, 2022, FEMA released a press announcement regarding continued support for Hurricane Ian efforts.
Florida Health Care Association: Hurricane Ian Resources The Florida Health Care Association has provided communication resources, state of emergency updates, temporary regulatory revisions, and information on utility/power conditions as well as traffic and transportation reports. – Division of Emergency Management The Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) has released a statement detailing the state of preparedness for Hurricane Ian. It also provides information on maintaining safety and health during this severe weather event, plus transportation tips.
Florida Farm Bureau: Hurricane Ian Resources    Florida Farm Bureau’s Hurricane Ian Resources page includes risk management and disaster assistance, hurricane season tips and reminders, federal updates, and more.



Below are the latest articles regarding post-hurricane information updates, courtesy of Ascensus. 

IRS Issues Deadline Relief for South Carolina Victims of Hurricane Ian 
IRS Issues Deadline Relief for North Carolina Victims of Hurricane Ian 
Hardship Distributions May Be Permitted for North Carolina Hurricane Ian 
IRS Requests Comments on Form 5558 Revisions to Allow Electronic Filing 


We send our support and well wishes to all those affected by Hurricane Ian. If you have been impacted by Hurricane Ian and anticipate taking a distribution or have other account-related fees associated with your STRATA IRA, please let us know by contacting us directly as we are eager to assist you in this time of need.