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Elder Law and Special Needs Law News Roundup – 10-21-2022

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Medicare Open Enrollment begins October 15th and continues through December 7th, 2022

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Estate Planning

Legal News:

  • New case: Atlanta Partners Realty v. Wohlegemuth (Ga. Ct. App. 9/20/2022) (Defendents entitled to summary judgment where home buyer did not excerise diligence prior to purchasing home)
  • IRS Announces Annual Inflation Adjustments for 2023
  • Steve Leimberg’s Income Tax Planning Email Newsletter – Archive Message #229 (Professional Athletes Continue to Fight Back on Non-Resident Income Taxes) (Subscription required)
  • New case: Brown v. Bowen (Ga. Ct. App. 9/26/2022) (affirming summary judgment against trustee on payment of debt owed to another trust)
  • New case: Courturier v. Commissioner, Tax Memo. 2022-69 (IRS was not precluded from assessing excess contribution penalty where IRA was rolled over because no one filed Form 5329)

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