If you’re married, we are experienced in working with couples that may be receiving part-time work and SSDI or one spouse is working while the other is a stay-at-home parent with SSDI. We can help you decide if you should be filing as Married Filing Jointly or Married Filing Separately to reduce the tax bill on one spouse or another. Contact Us now to get started!
For a retired couple, one of the biggest challenges is when the spouse dies, leaving the other to deal with all the financial matters including filing for personal income taxes. Sometimes the widowed spouse has no experience dealing with tax return filing. Knowing this and seeing this with many Deaf Seniors, we encourage you to begin working with Deaf Tax Professionals who can continue to assist you after your spouse has passed.
We have many years of experience working with Deaf Seniors and many of the unique tax issues they deal with such as Retirement Distributions, Pension Distributions or Capital Gains and Losses. Contact Us to get started!