Income Tax Planning for Families Caring for Children with Special Needs

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

As the number of children diagnosed with autism, Asperger’s syndrome, and other neurological disorders continues to climb, CPAs, financial planners, lawyers, and other professionals need to understand the deductions and credits available to better help families in planning for their unique situations.

Adjunct Professor of Taxation and Special Needs Planning Tom Brinker has spent years maneuvering through the intricate special needs system on behalf of his son. Watch his presentation on income tax planning, including potential relief valves that are available to families who care for a special needs child, as well as organizations and services out there that can make the costs more manageable for your clients.

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