Tax options and strategies for people with disabilities

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Income tax deductions for expenses -- United States., People with disabilities -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- United St

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StatementSteven B. Mendelsohn.
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LC ClassificationsKF6394 .M46 1993
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Income tax consultations and on-site service for people with disabilities receiving disability benefits, and their families. Through this one-to-one service, receive consultation on your outstanding taxes, discuss options for dealing with tax debt, and learn strategies for communicating with Canada Revenue Agency.

This information session explores income tax issues faced by people with disabilities: simple income tax filing issues, common tax filing credits, options for dealing with tax debt, strategies for communicating with Canada Revenue Agency, the benefits of filing, and other programs that can be accessed through income tax filing.

In partnership with the National Disability Institute (NDI), the nation’s leading nonprofit for advancing the economic opportunities of individuals with disabilities, we are eager to highlight the tools and resources available to people with disabilities, their families and service providers that encourage financial wellness and asset-building.

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