Learn more about existing South Carolina tax relief related to state or national emergencies, and find tax tips for preparing for natural disaster or other severe weather emergencies. This page is updated as information becomes available.
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Preparing for an emergency
In the event of a natural disaster or serve weather emergency in South Carolina, visit this page for updates on any applicable tax relief.
South Carolinians know that a severe weather emergency or other natural disaster can happen at any time, sometimes without warning. While you can’t always know when a weather-related disaster will occur, you can be ready for the challenges you’ll face by preparing ahead of time. Here are a few tips to ensure you can recover your important information, account for your valuables, and reopen your business as soon as possible if a natural disaster or serve weather emergency impacts you.
Use paperless recordkeeping
Keep a visual record of your property
Keep your emergency plans updated