How to Determine Absentee Status of Resident Confined to Hospital or Nursing Home

How to Determine Absentee Status of Resident Confined to Hospital or Nursing Home



When one of your tax credit residents gets confined to a hospital or nursing home, you must decide whether the absence is temporary or permanent. This is due to the fact that a household member's temporary or permanent absence will determine whether you must count her income when you recertify the household. If you calculate household income incorrectly, the IRS may cite you for noncompliance, and you'll place the owner's tax credits in jeopardy.

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