By Barbara Weltman
J.K. Lasser?s 1001 Deductions & Tax Breaks 2009 may help you are taking benefit of each tax holiday and deduction you'll be entitled to. it truly is sincerely equipped by way of material so that you can simply locate occasions that can follow to you. each one tax gain is additionally in actual fact explained–along with the eligibility requisites for claiming the benefit–while making plans advice and customary pitfalls linked to the convenience in query are mentioned intimately. New tax legislation indicators also are incorporated during the publication, so that you could make the main trained judgements attainable.
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According to a Metlife survey in 2007, the average annual cost of a nursing home stay in a private room is now about $77,000 (over $69,000 for a semiprivate room); it is about $186,000 in Alaska. This cost generally is not covered by Medicare or supplemental Medicare insurance. Only special insurance, called long-term care insurance, pays for this type of care. The tax law allows a portion of this special medical insurance to be deductible. Benefit You can deduct a portion of long-term care insurance premiums as a qualified medical expense (based on your age).
Deductible expenses include those paid not only for yourself but also for a spouse and dependents. A dependent, for this purpose, includes not only someone for whom you claim a dependency exemption but also someone you could have claimed the exemption for except for the fact that the person has gross income in excess of the exemption amount ($3,500 in 2008). P1: PIC/XYZ P2: ABC c02 JWBT018-Weltman October 10, 2008 10:47 Printer Name: Yet to Come MEDICAL EXPENSES Example In 2008, you provide more than half of your mother’s support, including the payment of all her medical expenses.
You have $8,000 of medical costs that are not covered by insurance. 5 percent ($7,500) is nondeductible. 5 percent of AGI threshold). Conditions To be treated as qualified medical expenses, payments must be for the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease or any treatment that affects a part or function of your body. Deductible expenses include those paid not only for yourself but also for a spouse and dependents. A dependent, for this purpose, includes not only someone for whom you claim a dependency exemption but also someone you could have claimed the exemption for except for the fact that the person has gross income in excess of the exemption amount ($3,500 in 2008).