Then we picked up the mail. May (Jim's Mom) has a long term care insurance policy. We received a 1099-LTC for her. Apparently a person's LTC insurance benefits can be taxable. So, I looked up the instructions for IRS Form 8853 as instructed by the 1099. The instructions contain this sentence.
- Generally, do not include on line 24 any reimbursements for qualified LTC services you received under a contract issued before August 1, 1996. However, you must include reimbursements if the contract was exchanged or modified after July 31, 1996, to increase per diem payments or reimbursements.
Today was better. We rode the Camaro Trail (named for a burned out car) at Robles. Here is Jim putting on his new knee pads. These are so good. They're comfortable, they are not hot and they're good. I rode well today, soon I will be able to clean Camaro, then it will be on to something else.