Members of the New York State Society of CPAs joined forces with attorneys from the Neighborhood Entrepreneur Law Project Thursday to help small business owners in New York City hit by Superstorm Sandy.

The volunteers hosted a free legal and accounting clinic in Brooklyn, answering questions related to FEMA and Small Business Administration issues, insurance, filing amended returns, business loss calculations and tax deductions, contracts and commercial landlord and tenant issues.

The clinic was part of the city and NYSSCPA’s effort to provide pro bono service to small businesses impacted by the Sandy in all five boroughs.