medical expense


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Noun1.medical expense - amount spent for diagnosis or treatment or prevention of medical problemsmedical expense - amount spent for diagnosis or treatment or prevention of medical problems
disbursal, disbursement, expense - amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
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The present values for the nonallocated and allocated award examples, however, assume that the residual medical expense tax deductions are not used as a tax shelter for other income (e.
The study found that health plan medical expense trends were relatively lower from 2009-2011.
If this needed, bipartisan legislation does not pass soon, older taxpayers with high health costs will face a 2017 health tax hike due to a reduced medical expense deduction," Jenkins said in a statement.
According to a survey, one in four adults with health insurance are apprehensive that they will not be able to pay for a major unexpected medical expense.
The change in the AGI threshold for medical expense deductions may also affect early withdrawals from IRAs and other retirement plans.
The basis for this apparent exception to the general rules for cash-basis taxpayers is, in part, concern that the intended annual limit on medical expense deductions (i.
In letter ruling 200521003, the IRS held that tuition paid to a school program to help dyslexic children deal with their condition was an IRC section 213(a) deductible medical expense.
Veterans receiving VA Improved Pension may submit a medical expenses report (VAF 21-8416) each year to claim any unreimbursed medical expense they or their family members had during that reporting period, up to the amount of pension received during the year.
With smart planning, a client who is able to cover the cost of out-of-pocket medical expenses pre-retirement can ensure that he or she will be able to withdraw the HSA funds tax-free during retirement (or at a future date) simply by saving his or her medical expense receipts.
The trial court found that medical expense evidence was admissible under Section 490.
A defendant may attack future medical expenses by suggesting that there is insufficient medical testimony supporting the expense or that the future medical expense is based on a medical expert's examination that was not recent.
Supreme Court held that an irrebuttable statutory presumption is not valid and that a recipient must have the opportunity to prove the formula amount exceeds the medical expense portion of a settlement.

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