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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosier View Post
    Client (single) is 89 and has perpetual in-home care using a couple of household employees and a couple of third-party care companies. AGI is $34,200. It looks like a portion of the care expenses may be deducted as medical expense if it qualifies as 'nursing' expense. Not sure how to allocate between 'nursing' and personal care. Any suggestions or ideas on how to handle? Are there any other potential deductions or credits that might come into play? Any way to deduct the personal care portion?
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    If you do a "search" on this site for this topic you will find many posts and good reply posts. Think you may find the posts helpful.

    Also, see TTB tabs 14 & 4
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