Tax Tips

Long-Term Care and Tax Rules: Understanding the Financial Picture

, New York Law Journal

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Tax Tips columnist Sidney Kess discusses the tax treatment of long-term care insurance premiums and proceeds, along with the treatment of continuing care facility expenses.

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  • Aaron Skloff, AIF, CFA, MBA

    We published an article that compares insuring with Long Term Care Insurance versus self-insuring.We provided an example of premiums and benefits for Long Term Care Insurance. Please see this link: skloff.com/insure-or-self-insure-for-long-term-care-long-term-care-university-081515/
 Aaron Skloff, AIF, CFA, MBA CEO - Skloff Financial Group

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