COVID tax questions

The Consolidated Appropriations Act (“CAA”) provided coronavirus relief as well as other tax related extensions that will affect your clients. Here are some highlights that relate to individuals. Stimulus checks are back. The amount is $600 per taxpayer and $1,200 for married persons filing jointly along with $600 for each qualifying child. Income limits vary upon marital status. Teachers and instructors who teach grades K-12 are allowed a $250/$500 (Single/MFJ) above the line deduction to allow for the purchase of personal protection equipment and disinfectant. The above the line deduction for $300 of charitable gifts is extended into 2021. There
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Categories: COVID-19, Industry News, Long-Term Care, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).

Updated LTCi 2021 Tax Advantages Flyers

There are a lot of advantages to owning a traditional long-term care policy. It helps people remain in their homes as long as possible, ensures parents won’t have to rely on their kids to take care of them, and provides protection for a retirement nest egg. But there’s another important advantage…the potential to save on federal and state income taxes. The LTCi tax advantages flyers are now updated with the 2021 eligible deduction amounts. Download the flyers now: Agent Tax Guide Tax Advantages for Individuals Tax Advantages for Business Owners   Updated LTCi 2021 Tax Advantages Flyers   #goldencareagent #mutualofomaha
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Categories: Industry News, Long-Term Care, and Mutual of Omaha (& Affiliates).