BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Wildfire survivors are facing more complicated tax returns this year.
Survivors should be aware of several deductions such as loss claims and other incomes that aren’t usually accounted for.
Tax specialists said they’re working with many people who have questions about how to file this year’s returns.
The United Way of Northern California is holding an event Tuesday for people who need help. The event will be held in United Way’sfront parking lot and One Safe Place on Benton drive in Redding.
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