Sidney Kess ()
Long-term care is different from medical treatment designed to cure a condition or illness. Long-term care is meant to address the needs of an individual who, because of a chronic condition, accident or other trauma, or illness, requires assistance with basic self-care tasks (called activities of daily living, or ADLs, such as dressing and bathing) or other necessary assistance (called instrumental activities of daily living, or IADLs, such as cooking and managing finances). Here are the tax issues related to long-term care.
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