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Description and Definition of Blind

For tax purposes, you are considered blind if:

you are totally blind, or

your vision with corrective lenses is no better than 20/200 in your best eye, or

you have a visual field not greater than 20 degrees.

Blind Individuals Issue

You may find information about Blind Individuals in this Tax Platform of the American Encyclopedia of Law.


See Also

Further Reading

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