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9/11 first responders & families can possibly get tax break

A law that was passed just months after

A law that was passed just months after the attacks made disability income resulting from terrorism non-taxable. (Credit: News 12)

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.

That means thousands of first responders who contracted illnesses working on the site and the families of those killed can legally claim $10,000 or the last three years of taxes paid.

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