TAX AND DISABILITY

Taxpayer with a
disability

What are tax benefits for a person with a disability?

A taxpayer who has or whose spouse or child has a disability can:
Claim all qualifying out-of-pocket expenses – with respect to expenditure incurred:

– Personal Attendant Care Expenses
– Travel & Other Related Expenses
– Insurance, Maintenance, Repairs And Supplies
– Prosthetics
– Aids & Other Devices
– Services
– Continence Products
– Service Animals
– Alterations Or Modifications To Assets Acquired Or To Be Acquired

Taxpayer - Dependent
with a disability

A taxpayer Claim all qualifying out-of-pocket expenses – with respect to expenditure incurred by the taxpayer on behalf of the dependent:

– Personal Attendant Care Expenses
– Travel & Other Related Expenses
– Insurance, Maintenance, Repairs And Supplies
– Prosthetic
– Aids & Other Devices
– Services
– Continence Products
– Service Animals
– Alterations Or Modifications To Assets Acquired Or To Be Acquired

To help Taxpayer get their tax affairs together
before they talk to SARS.

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