Parents caring for those with special needs are often unaware of the substantial tax benefits available to them and could miss out on potential tax deductions and reductions in their tax liability. In this article, Thomas Brinker, Jr., LL.M., CPA, focuses on the medical expense and home equity interest expense deductions pertaining to home-related capital expenditures to help parents of individuals with special needs and their advisors be aware of some of the unusual tax code provisions that may be applicable.
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Families that care for individuals with special needs can work with a qualified professional to create a special needs trust to help protect their assets and provide lifetime financial stability for their loved one. Watch this one-minute video to learn more.
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Children and individuals with special needs require a different level of estate planning to help ensure those needs are met for the duration of their lifetimes. In this short video, you’ll hear Rimon PC estate planning attorney Patricia Annino list the steps you need to be aware of to address planning for individuals with special needs and help secure your loved one’s future.
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