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Gluten-Free Federal Tax Deduction

To be eligible to deduct the excess costs of a gluten-free diet under Internal Revenue Code Section 213, you must have a documented reason to require the observance of a gluten-free diet, along with a physician's prescription to follow a

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Incorrectly Issued Health Insurance Marketplace Statement Relief – Form 1095A

I had a grEAt conversation with my friend Bob Kerr Friday. We talked about the Department of the Treasury expanding the relief it announced previously on February 24, which will mitigate any harm to tax filers in regards to filing

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Posted in 1095A, Affordable Care Act, Amended Tax Return, Medical Expenses, ObamaCare, Premium Tax Credit, Tax Guidance & Preparation, Tax Problems & Requests

What is an FTE? What is a Seasonal Employee?

My friend, confidant, mentor and expert in the procedural ramifications of ObamaCare, Debbie Nash of D. Nash & Associates, got to talking with me about some of the nuances of this legislation and our discussion quickly digressed into what the

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Posted in Affordable Care Act, Business Expense, Employee Business Expense, FTE, Medical Expenses, Medicare, Small Business, Sub-chapter S, Tax Credit, Tax Deductible Expenses, Tax Guidance & Preparation

Individuals Exempt from the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care) Mandate

US citizens are required to carry minimum essential health insurance coverage beginning January 1st 2014. This is also commonly referred to as the 'individual mandate' and some people are exempt from this individual mandate including: Members of recognized religious sects

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Medical and Dental Expenses – IRS Publications 502 + 969

This post is a quick overview of IRS Publication 502, Medical and Dental Expenses and IRS Publication 969 Health Savings Accounts and Other Tax-Favored Health Plans. You can deduct expenses primarily paid for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease, or

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Qualified Medical Expense Tax Deductions for Long Term Care Services

Medical expenses include amounts paid for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease under IRC 213, as well as amounts paid for qualified long-term care services under IRC 7702B. You may deduct certain medical expenses that are paid during the year

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Medical Expense Deduction Allowed for Lactation Supplies

Under Internal Revenue Code §213 an expense is considered for medical care if it is paid for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease. It is deductible on the taxpayer’s Schedule A, subject to 7.5 percent of adjusted gross income for the

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