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Tag: medical expenses

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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