Day Care is one of the biggest expenses a parent can face. However, this scenario also applies to children with a dependent parent also known as Adult Day Care. Children with parents who have conditions such as Alzheimer’s or other forms of Dementia are saddled with the responsibility of finding a safe and trustworthy place for their parents while they are working if they can’t be left alone for safety reasons. Adult Day Cares are also a good social opportunity as well as helping keep the elderly connected and engaged which has overall health benefits as well. Are you currently in this scenario? Keep reading to find out if you qualify for a tax break.
A Tax Break for Working Caregivers for Day Care
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