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Deduction Changes on Tax Returns

By Hurley Elder Care Law | March 5, 2018

This may be your last chance to benefit from write-offs that are easy to overlook, since the new tax law has eliminated some of them starting in 2018. If you can, claim some of these: Unreimbursed Employee Expenses – They are deductible along with other miscellaneous expenses if they exceed two percent of your adjusted…

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An IRS Audit

By Hurley Elder Care Law | February 12, 2018

  The IRS conducts audits to minimize the “tax gap,” or the difference between what the IRS is owed and what the IRS actually receives. Sometimes audits are random. Here are seven of the biggest red flags likely to land you in the audit hot seat. Making Math Errors –When the IRS starts investigating, “oops”…

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Graying of America is Costly

By Hurley Elder Care Law | October 27, 2017

  The graying of America is stretching local tax dollars. More often today, paramedics respond to emergency calls and find an older person who has fallen, broken a bone or suffered a heart attack. Another issue affecting elders is the increasing number of elder-abuse cases and crimes targeting senior citizens. Also, in some areas, greater…

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Tax Day is Coming

By Hurley Elder Care Law | April 8, 2016

We get a few extra days this year to fill out our taxes. Also be leery of giving out your social security number or other important information because there are phone and email phishing scams.

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