Deducting Medical Expenses

Lecture Content

Schedule A is one of the most frequently used IRS forms. This is the first of four courses we offer which provides a detailed look at the rules and limits that affect taxpayers who itemize deductions.
Topics Covered

* Whose medical expenses can you deduct?
* Deductibility of medical expenses paid for taxpayer/spouse, children and other dependents
* Insurance premiums and the effect of the premium tax credit on deductible health insurance expenses
* Meal and lodging expenses for medical reasons
* Medical transportation costs
* Capital expenditures to accommodate medical needs
* Impairment related work expenses
* Other medical expenses
* Nondeductible expenses

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