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Journal of Accountancy: Potential Income Tax Benefits for Families with Special Needs Children by Thomas M. Brinker Jr., CPA/PFS, J.D. and W. Richard Sherman, CAP, J.D.:
Disabled children can qualify for dependency exemption and other benefits regardless of age.
Tax Planning for Parents of Children with Autism by Karen Greenberg CFP:
This article is on tax benefits and other financial planning tips for parents of children with autism.
Autism and Economics: Financial Planning for Families with Special Needs:
This article discusses the need for Financial Planning and the various steps parents need to consider.
Financial Planning for Families of Children with Autism:
Fox News talks about financial planning for families with autism.
Autism and Economics:
This is an article on financial planning for families with special needs. It includes advice on concrete steps to take in planning for your child’s future.
How to Plan and Provide for a Child with Special Needs:
This article talks about the need to plan your child's financial future starting at a very young age. The author very systematically walks through every stage of planning from childhood, through the school years and transitioning into adulthood. Once 18, there are many areas of need such as guardianship, insurance, government funding and so on. At the end of the article, the author concludes with an overall checklist to review the many areas of financial planning involved with providing for a child with special needs.