Everyone should get his or her house in shape for winter, especially your loved ones who are older adults. Living in areas where the temperature is below freezing and there are snowstorms frequently can be dangerous for older adults. You can help your loved one by spending a few good hours to help her winterize her home.
This information is for general guidelines only. Consult a tax professional about your individual situation.
Caring for a loved one with a chronic illness or cognitive impairment, such as Alzheimer’s disease, takes a lot of time, and, let’s face it, a lot of money. You may be wondering if any of these mounting expenses are tax deductible.
Before your loved one is scheduled for any routine or diagnostic test, there are some questions that you should make a point to ask in advance.