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Caring for an Elderly or Incapacitated Individual

With people generally living longer, we frequently find ourselves in the position of a caregiver for elderly or incapacitated individuals. Whether the individual is an incapacitated or elderly spouse, an elderly parent or even a child, there are tax implications that need to be considered that can relieve some of the financial burden associated with being a caregiver. The following are some tax aspects of taking on the care of an elderly or incapacitated individual. 

By | 2017-11-20T06:22:55+00:00 November 20th, 2017|Elder Care & Planning|0 Comments