Is There a Tax Benefit of Dyslexia?

The IRS has defined dyslexia and ADHD as medical conditions. If properly documented, the many expenses of providing diagnosed children with the support they need to learn can be deducted as medical expenses.

These deductions may include tuition, lodging, meals and travel if a special school requires living away from home, and private tutoring.

In this article, CPA Greg Fallon educates parents of dyslexic and ADHD children on the possible income tax benefits they may be missing.

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