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What are ABLE Accounts? Tax Benefits Explained
Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts allow the families of disabled young people to set aside money for their care in a way that earns special tax benefits. ABLE accounts work much like the so-called 529 accounts that families can use to save money for education; in fact, an ABLE account is really a special kind of 529. Read more…

Video: Tax Credits for Disabled Dependents
Taking care of a disabled dependent can qualify you for several tax benefits and deductions. Watch this video and find out what they are. Read more…

Video: Can Disability Beneficiaries File for Taxes?
Wondering whether you can still file a tax return despite receiving some type of disability income? You may still have to file a return and pay taxes on this income. Watch this video to learn more about disability beneficiaries and how you should file your taxes. Read more…

Tax Tips for Caring for a Disabled Spouse
Caring for a disabled spouse can be a financial strain, but you do have opportunities to reduce the burden. There are many tax credits and other tax breaks available for disabled individuals and their caretakers. Among the most common are the Tax Credit for the Elderly or Disabled, the Child or Dependent Care Credit, and the Medical Expenses tax deduction. Read more…

Deducting Medical Expenses for a Major Illness or Injury
TurboTax helps you understand medical expense deductions, HSA and MSA distributions, flexible spending accounts, IRA and 401(k) payouts for medical expenses, and more. Read more…


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