News Section

The 20/20 on Tax Tips for the Blind

The 20/20 on Tax Tips for the Blind

According to United States law, legally blind is defined as a person who has no eyesight at all, a person whose good eye has a vision measure of 20/200 and uses corrective lenses, a person whose vision falls at or below 20 degrees. American citizens who are legally blind qualify for exclusive tax deductions to benefit from a substantial tax break, including work expenses and medical deductions.

Be sure to mark of boxes 39A and 23A on tax forms 1040 and 1040A, respectively. Discuss your options with a trustworthy accountant if you are 65 and older or are married to a visually impaired individual, as savings may increase. The medical deduction benefit represents the highest tax deduction.

If you qualify, medical deduction perks include: deducting transportation to and from the doctor’s office and pharmacies, and expenses based on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the illness. If legally disabled, you may also be able to deduct any optical surgical procedures, home modifications and nursing services, to name a few.

Contact Us

For superior tax services in your community, contact our dependable accountants from Gonzalez & Arrambide, Inc in McAllen. Visit us or contact us at 956-447-9009 to file your tax return today.