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From NY to CT in September. Though I cannot claim her as a dependent. My sister's family kept her for 8 months and I for four. I incurred most of the expenses when I brought her to CT, she was quite ill--diabetes and memory loss. I don't know what to do because my tax return, claiming my mother, was rejected. What if any, recourse do I have. Thank you!

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I agree with pamstegman. I hope you have already found good solutions by now.
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No, you cannot claim her and you cannot deduct her expenses. You really should sit down with a tax prep company in your area for help.
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Hello 1drrochelle,

There are some articles on our site that may answer your caregiving question.

https://www.agingcare.com/articles/caregiver-2013-tax-deductions-credits-savings-145339.htm

https://www.agingcare.com/articles/medical-expenses-tax-deductions-148730.htm

We hope this helps.

Thank you,

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