Understanding Tax Implications: 2020 PG&E Wildfire Settlement
What you need to know about your tax liability as a beneficiary of the $13.5 billion settlement.
Do I have to pay taxes on my PG&E settlement?
Understand the different types of claims, the Fire Victim Trust details, and qualified settlement funds.
How to protect yourself and your family from unknown tax liability.
Don’t take a chance, let us help you navigate correctly.
Important Documents related to PG&E Wildfire Claims
Disclosure Statement Supplement
Notice of Confirmation Hearing
Order Approving Disclosure Statement (without exhibits)
Disclosure Statement for Debtors’ and Shareholder Proponents’ Joint Plan of Reorganization
Fire Victim Claim Treatment Plan Summary
Fire Victim Claims Resolution Procedures
PGE Fire Victim Trust Agreement
Fire Victim Trust Portal Documents
How can the Arrow Point Tax team help you?
You may be coming in to a large amount of money. We will make sure that no stone is left unturned when it comes to your tax obligations.
First, you’ll get a Tax Strategy for $300 ($500 VALUE).
Second, we prepare you to take care of your tax liability and avoid issues with the IRS.
Third, we help you to make the most out of your settlement.
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