Belinkoff & Simon


Belinkoff & Simon
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1640 S Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 479-1990
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Exciting news from LARC Ranch. Featured today in is a very touching article by Isadora Kosofsky called Lessons of Love and Intimacy from her Love project at LARC Ranch. Click on the link below to see the articles, photos and brief video. LARC also wishes to thank Isadora for all of her compassion, hard work and determination in completing this wonderful project!
Isadora Kosofsky photographed love among developmentally disabled couple and learned from the experience

GOOD NEWS MILLENNIALS Parents who help a child repay a student loan cannot deduct interest that they pay on the debt unless they are also legally liable on the loan for repayment. But all is not lost. The student may be entitled to the interest deduction, even if a parent paid the student loan. The IRS treats the transaction as if the money were given to the child, who then paid the debt. The student can claim the write-off as long as he or she is no longer claimed as a dependent on the parents’ return. The child doesn’t even have to itemize on Schedule A to use this money-saver. The maximum deduction allowed for student loan interest is $2,500 a year. HOWEVER, if the child/former student has ADJUSTED GROSS INCOME above $130,000 for couples and $65,000 for single filers their deduction gets phased out.

POSSIBLE TAX BENEFIT FOR ELDERLY PARENT Here’s a reminder if you help care for an elderly parent or grandparent: You may be able to take a dependency exemption if you meet certain tests.Your parent or grandparent needn’t live with you to qualify as a dependent. Your relative’s income from taxable sources for 2016 must be less than $4,050, and you must show that you provided more than half of the person’s total support. Social Security Benefits of your relative might not be taxable income, but do count toward their own support. The rules to qualify for the dependent care tax credit are more stringent. The $4,050 income test doesn’t apply, but your relative needs to have lived with you for more than six months during the year and be unable to care for him- or herself. Other rules for the credit need also be met. For example, expenses for the care must be incurred so you can work, and you must report the provider’s tax ID number. The credit is limited to 20% of $,3000 or $600.

This is a great networking opportunity while helping support the HEAR Center. Most of the Golfer's are in the concrete and cement construction related trades. There is plenty of time to plan ahead, it not until June 5, 2017, but it is popular and does sell out.
Registration is now open! For more information, please contact HEAR Center at (626) 796 2016 or visit our site About the Tournament The HEAR Center Annual Golf Tournament has been the mainstay of HEAR Center’s fundraising efforts for 35 years and has raised close to $900,000 to date. The annual tour...