TaxAudit Blog

Tag: medical expense

Hand Sanitizer on table with masks in background

Now that the pandemic is officially over, can I still deduct the cost of masks and hand sanitizer for my classroom or place of business? Let's find out.

Read More ›

Karate teacher teaching a small class of children

Whether you can write off karate classes on your taxes relies heavily on your personal circumstances. Let's explore more.

Read More ›

Piggy bank and stethoscope on blue background

Medical expenses are deductible, but whether or not you can claim this deduction depends entirely on the amount you spent and the amount you earned.

Read More ›

Nurse walking with elderly woman

Insurance policies may cover part of nursing home costs and the unreimbursed expenses can often be deducted on a Form 1040 individual tax return.

Read More ›


The general rule is that you can deduct the costs of vitamins as a medical deduction only if your doctor prescribed them to treat a specific medical condition.

Read More ›

people running on treadmills in a gym

The most likely answer for most people would be no, as the general rule is that you cannot deduct the cost of the gym membership. However, there are exceptions.

Read More ›

stethoscope on top of stack of cash over an Insurance Claims statement

One way to offset the rising costs of health care is by claiming an itemized deduction for qualified medical expenses paid during the year on your income taxes.

Read More ›

Woman wearing eyeglasses

Prescription eyeglasses for correcting your vision are deductible as a medical expense, but you may not be able to deduct them based on other factors.

Read More ›


This blog does not provide legal, financial, accounting, or tax advice. The content on this blog is “as is” and carries no warranties. TaxAudit does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, reliability, and completeness of the content of this blog. Content may become out of date as tax laws change. TaxAudit may, but has no obligation to monitor or respond to comments.