Where does FEMA get its funding?

Answer Federal Emergency Management Assistance (FEMA) is a division of the Department of Homeland Security. Since FEMA is a government agency, it is publicly funded by taxpayers. FEMA primarily exists to ... Read More »

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FEMA answers?

Believe it or not I have the 230 answers and working on my 235 if I am not mistaken LOL need to look in my laptop to see for sure but I do have the 230 for sure.Now to be sure we are talking about... Read More »

Is fema money tax deductible?

A tax deduction is an expense that a taxpayer incurs. FEMA money (money given to individuals after a disaster) is given to the individual, so it is not an expense. Therefore, it is not tax deductib... Read More »

How much did the fema trailers cost?

According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, the cost of standard trailers set by the Federal Emergency Management Act for Hurricane Katrina victims ranged from $30,000 to $229,000. The ... Read More »

FEMA Law Enforcement Training?

FEMA, or the Federal Emergency Management Agency, provides emergency intervention after a local or national crisis. Ongoing training offers law enforcement personnel the opportunity to improve thei... Read More »