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9/11 first responders & families can possibly get tax break
WOODBURY – Families impacted by the 9/11 terror attacks may be missing out on a major tax break. A law that was passed just months after the attacks made disability income resulting from terrorism non-taxable. Read More : http://longisland.news12.com/news/9-11-first-responders-families-can-possibly-get-tax-break-1.8912104

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Colleagues of 9/11 first responder refuse to believe she committed suicide
FRANKLIN SQUARE, Long Island (PIX11) – When Archie Nieman, a former worker with New York City’s Emergency Medical Services, went to check on his old friend, Kerry Aalbue, on May 3, 2014, he wasn’t prepared for the news he received from her estranged husband at their family home in Franklin Square. “I asked where Kerry was,” [...]

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2,500 Ground Zero workers have cancer
More than 2,500 Ground Zero rescuers and responders have come down with cancer, and a growing number are seeking compensation for their illnesses, The Post has learned. The grim toll has skyrocketed from the 1,140 cancer cases reported last year. Read More : http://nypost.com/2014/07/27/cancers-among-ground-zero-workers-skyrocketing/

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EXCLUSIVE: IRS fails to inform 9/11 victims of tax breaks, leaving many first responders without refunds
Victims of the 9/11 attacks and their families are entitled to big tax breaks, but many are missing out because the IRS isn’t telling them about the benefit. Under a law passed months after the attacks, disability income resulting from terrorism is not taxable. Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/exclusive-irs-fails-inform-9-11-victims-tax-break-leaving-refunds-article-1.1881394#ixzz38jKjoJVq

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VCF Poster
Have you been diagnosed with a 9/11-related eligible cancer? You may be eligible for compensation from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund VCF Poster Update Download