Use this map to find FORTIFIED insurance discounts, tax credits, deductions, resources and funding available in many states. Contact us if you have any questions or know of discounts not listed. We are here to share the best information.
Last update 12-2018. If you have questions, comments or suggestions, please contact us.
If you were affected by a federally declared disaster, you may qualify for tax relief by the IRS. Learn more here. Qualifying FEMA disaster relief payments can be excluded from your taxable income. Contact your tax advisor.
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Information for each state can include:
Oklahoma passed House Bill 1720 in May 2017 allowing discounts for FORTIFIED construction to go into effect during April 2018.
Additionally, South Carolina allows discounts for mitigations measures taken by homeowners, and according to a 2016 survey, 17 insurers offer discounts for FORTIFIED.
Mitigation Programs, Funding, Additional Resources, and Other Incentives