Sunday, May 21, 2017

52 Things Parents of Kids with Special Needs Wish They Could Have Deducted on Their Taxes

Unless you applied for an extension on your taxes this year, the annual rush to find deductions ended yesterday on Tax Day 2017. Parents of children with disabilities may have found legit deductions for their children’s medical care, therapy, and other special needs, but that stuff really doesn’t scratch the surface of the expenses we wish we could declare, does it? Wouldn’t it be great if the government appreciated the importance of the following expenditures and allowed us to deduct the cost of: 1. Parenting books 2. Books written for professionals that we try to carve our way through 3. Shelves…  Read in browser »

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