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Who is eligible for tax exemption on long-term insurance benefits?

Anthony Cirillo
Geriatric Medicine
A tax qualified plan may allow for some income tax protection on the benefits you receive. To qualify for this plan, your disability must be expected to last for at least 90 days. You need to trigger two of six activities of daily living. That is you must have the inability to perform on your own, without substantial assistance, two of the following - bathing, dressing, transferring, feeding, continence and toileting. Or you must have a cognitive impairment that requires substantial supervision.
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