ClientWhys marketing content - casualty and disaster losses

With an estimated 50 billion in damages on the East Coast, super storm Sandy is sure to increase the use of casualty and disaster losses. CPA and tax professional subscribers to ClientWhys' blog feed already have updated information that can be shared with clients and local publications. Making sure your clients understand the options can help bring at least some relief. 

For subscribers to our legacy products, the casualty loss information can be accessed under Personal Finance, Casualty Losses. The casualty loss article can also be imported directly into an email campaign and distributed to your client base using the email newsletter. 

For subscribers to our new website platform and blog content feed, the casualty loss articles is under blog, taxes, tag = casualty losses.

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  • Lee Reams II

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