For Persons With Disabilities: More Tax Tips for the Elderly and Disabled

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Following up on last week's post spotlighting online links to assist the elderly and disabled in filing their tax returns for this year (go to this link for further info), here are some more sites that may be helpful.


*  The IRS does offer various methods to assist the disabled:  go to the WorldWideWeb Tax site here for details. 

*  This link may repeat some previous stuff from last week's post, but, anyway, here's the IRS's "More Information for People with Disabilities" page

*  If you are receiving disability payments and aren't sure if you have to report them, follow these important instructions from the IRS

*  Businesses who have employees with disabilities and afford them access are also eligble for tax credit; go here to see what credits are available. 

*  The Greenwich Assessor's Office is still accepting applications for tax relief for "income limited senior or totally disabled homeowners".  What you need to know before the May 15th deadline in order to qualify for a tax credit against the 2008 Grand List Tax Bill can be found at this site.

My thanks to my fellow colleagues for their assistance in finding these links.   

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