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Medical Expense Deductions

Many medical costs are deductible including the cost of treatment to alleviate conditions or diseases and the cost of prescriptions and certain diagnostic services. Additional deductible medical expenses include: Capital expenses for special equipment installed in, or improvements made to, a

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No Medical Expense Deduction Allowed for Precautions to Treat Future Disease

Under §213, a taxpayer is allowed to deduct the cost of preventing, treating, curing, mitigating, and diagnosing a disease that is existing or imminently probable for themselves or a family member. Doctors now can store cord blood of an infant that contains stem cells that may be

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No Medical Expense Deduction Allowed for Precautionary Expenses Incurred to Treat Future Disease

It is allowable to deduct the cost of preventing, treating, curing, mitigating, and diagnosing a disease that is existing or imminently probable for yourself or a family member. Even though science has blessed us with the opportunity to store umbilical cord blood of an

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Medical Expenses Paid for a Parent Are Deductible

Report the deduction on the Schedule 'A' - even if the parent did not meet the gross income requirements for the dependency exemption, the parent will still meet the definition of a dependent for purposes of medical expenses paid according to

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Breast Pumps and Supplies to Assist Lactation Are Now, Finally, Considered Tax Deductible Medical Expenses by the IRS – Announcement 2011-14

The Internal Revenue Service has concluded that breast pumps and supplies that assist lactation are medical care under § 213(d) of the Internal Revenue Code because, like obstetric care, they are for the purpose of affecting a structure or function of the body

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Medical and Dental Expenses

If you itemize your deductions on Form 1040, Schedule A, you may be able to deduct expenses you paid in 2010 for medical care – including dental – for yourself, your spouse, and your dependents. You may deduct only the

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